Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
October 18, 1889
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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[:. ADVERTISINC RATES: I I DOWN BY THE GATE. copies of Canova's Dancing Girls in I work. Bring on the boiled pork and BUYING MACHINERY. USEFUL.AND: SUGGESTIVE.To THE HOTEL SKIFF.. ,

the throstle !. battered plaster,several ancient screens, peas and don't let's have any more -
; iIcE I 1 m I X m 6 ml Wrot There Is dew on thegrass A Fearfully and tVoudcrfallr Had Jteee.
..l : 1w !!.!.:..I' I < still time-yellowed patch-work quilts, and chattering. To think how rye beer tints For F.rm.Who Tool. and Intend to. Purchase -. clean an iron when stuck up ot Marine Architecture

",,,' r acju.utaBi l'1Uare, $ ISO J CKJ 11 SKI r.o$ :%30J 00. 8, Oi 00.10 1 00,WOO 11) 00 But the crick-ts are piping their above lanterns on the,and hill see; I any amount of three-legged chairs, and trying to got rid of my girls for ten is an matter Implements.It to with starch rubbing it hard while hot A man with orange eyes thought h. ,

t,: : 'IUlrOS. : m a HI'' K 0l 10 00 is 00 oo,no C5 ((0 00) The There's fireflies the are smile lighting: of the moon through the tables without any leaves. years, and only just succeeded!"-Amy In this easy and buy machinery on limbs of greea cedar makes'it as would take a girl with whom he had '
Ji sq'IIUfS 7 CO 10 Wl| 12 00 i M 00 30 "Grandpa comes in here when he In N. Y. Ledger. day age. Spring summer, smooth glas; J '
Randolph, as
EC 1!'iuaib! 10 (Ki I| Ii ((O): 30 ((Os| g 00 50 OO&'OI3, bough of the tree autumn and winter the farmer Is beset been playing tennis out for a row. So
And I catch the perfume of the rose as I wait wants wood in a hurry to kindle the .? >>. -When hard boiled desired
. and five wnU f eggs: arc he of the boat attached
Ten cents a line tar the first of light feet tripping down to by agenU and dealers to buy machinery engaged one public
sound -
: line for each FubMjucnt insertion. For the kitchen fire," said pretty Eunice, witha GRUMPY STAGE DRIVERS. for garnishing take those that have to the hoteL He.had nevr'used
advtrtUemanta upon the gjte."Will matter if he has
time no
already an
S-pocinl rules laugh. 4 &.nd it's a blessing that hehasn't been laid a 1teo and the shell can bo
. the office. of these boats before; and did
at Old Fellow Who HaveYaII.n From TbelrIllgh one
; 'pplicutrf
she come? Will she come? cries a hope outfit he is urged and urged to buy the
chopped up the cherrywoodchair EnUte In the Paul; removed without marring: the Inside.A not know that they weigh two'htmdred
In heartsTill latest the best
my buy buy any thing, buy
". SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : the stir of a leaf. makes me tremble and. long ago. They're my grand- You reach Fort Custer by a stage every thing. It makes no difference bad water-filter is less! deh able pounds apiece without Including,the

start; uncle Silas Spear's old things. I which runs from Custer Station on the than pure water in its natural stata twelve, of on
One year ...................... ...........W And I peer through the dusk till my eyes are can't should whether he has the cash or not. He When therefore pounds paint put every
Eli: months ...................:........... a-blur "see why any one want Northern Pacific to Rock Creek on the can't get off by pleading inability or filtration is employed season.
All subscriptions must l>e paid Invariably in With a warm mist of love that is only for her. them. Union Pacific, a distance of 430 miles. I lack of because of real danger of infection. the He was also. In blissful ignorance oi

acl ninc,,. discriminations in favor or any Oh. the minutes drag by like the slow feet off.te I Presently in came Sally, equally prot- This is one of the few Important stage ready lief means."Just wait him filtered wator should' as a rule, be the fact two oars connected

boay.Communications upon all matters of local look for her down by the gate. 1 ty, equally dimpled and blooming, with Lines that have managed to survive the as on as not. furthermore boiled. as the entire absence with the establishment came within
aoliciteJ from all parts of the county. As listen and Little scratch of a note to show the indebtedness -
Interest hazel eyes the very counterpart of her Locomotive's raids. Its rout takes in of sediment and cloudiness does five pounds of each other In weight"or .

There's a step on the path, there's a glimmer sister's, a dress of exactly the same the mountainous districts of Northern bearing enough interest to i not insure that the bacteria of disease that the weight of each was .
of white. save a loss on the transaction etc.
SECRET SOClJ TIES. And the darkness around me grows suddenly buff calico and a basket of newlygathered Wyoming, where there are several etc.. may not have made their way through something like twenty pjjund* -. i' .
bright wild strawberries. She also took to which the railroads have the filter. .
; large towns when he got out a little wa.1. ..:. 1.
Meets every Tuesday And there's no one to see save myself and the the antiquarian for "Jenk's man" from not yet penetrated. It runs throughthe -Enterprising agents never let a trade -Young girls'and ladles should be found the boat sailing1 abput-Ia.rclfcle '
moon fall through for want of cash. Cash is
night at Od-i Fellows'j'loll. ,
,V- q : : Transient (troth This fairest of all of the roses of June. the big hotel and had to be undeceived; Crow country the richest agricultural of course, quite as acceptable to themas very chary of giving young men their tie concluded that one oar was about

... 'era: cordially invited to With a soft hand In yours would you not linger she. too, came into the wing and stood region of all Montana. There area to all other business men but if all photographs. :Hhere are few circumstances seven pounds heavier than the other

J. C. late among the ruins, leaning picturesquely dozen "bottoms" along the Big Horn ; which justify j it. Only In cases
Attend. WILLS, For another "good night" o'er the bars of the their customers paid cash, their (the and it would be necessary to row much,
Noble Grand. gate? -Munsey's Weekly. against a battered chest of drawers and the Little Big Horn rivers of from agoclf') profits would be much smaller where the man is greatly to be trusted more gently on the heavy than on the

P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. -* the very impersonation of youth and sixty thousand to one hundred thousandacres than they are now. an4 very well ktown is it at all per- light one to attain any thing like a

beauty among these dusty old relics. in extent rank with prairie vege- missible. It is more prudent to makeit straight course.
BARGAIN. The farmer
MIL BONALLI'S who buys on time no
Improved; Order of ted Men. Mr. Bonalli bargained for the fire- tation, where the grain of a nation matter If he does give his note bearing a rule to gi'14i one's photograph to The boat to be sure was not equIp.

Oiceola Trlbo No>. 1, Florida-CouncU irons and tho cherry-wood chair, and might be grown, now all vacant and no one thus (living one's self much ped with a rudder and the girl would
at good rate of Interest but
kindled each WOl.hesdlJ": Sleep How Grandpa Managed to Got the old became avari- a haggles trouble and the of i
fires sly octogenarian useless. Every one of them could be bnrting feelings lean over to allow her lily fingers to
btarke, Fla. little as to the price of the goods. Any
their Transient Wigwam brothers, are cordially invitedto Rid of His Two Girls. cious and grasping in proportion as he irrigated at an expense of less than machine agent will admit that he gots none.Housekeeper.' trail in the water and then the wind

attend. J. "AT.NKS: Sachem.W. saw the eagerness of his customer. fifty cents an acre. The stage drivers from ten to cent. for -The best time to bathe is just be- would come up and cause the water _
twenty more
M. !ZACUAM. Chief of It3:ordL This must be the house, I think ""Wai! said he, "we'll call it forty- say that there are just such fertile bot- an Implement that he per sells on time. An fore going to bed. as any danger of Logged craft to head In a different dl.

.__ said Mr. llaphael Bonalli, speaking to five dollars for the two Mr. Bunley if toms along the Yellowstone and along thus catcHing cold! Is avoided and the rection.To .
agent will Bell a mower for $55 cash to
ChURCh DIICUUTORY.Cliurcb. himself. that's your name. But I won't let themgo all the mountain streams that course one farmer while he gets a note of $70 complexion is improved by keepingwarm secure a straight course. It would

Italian in name only. His father's at this price unless you'll take. my through the reservation in all di from another for a like machine. for several hours after leaving require a mathematical calculation thatno

Bat'il""" name had been Benoni Bunnell, but ho girls, too." rections. These drivers are odd The the manufacturer the bath. A couple of pounds of bran oarsman could work out in his head
Services at 10:3): a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer was of a poetic nature and preferred Mr. Bonalli started back. Dicks. They are the old fellows frowns or at this of put into a thin bag: and then in the for he would have to consider the different -

meeting every Wednesday at 8 j>..m.J. i to call himself Raphael Bonalli. He "Your-girls, sir!" he stammered. who used to drive the Dead- ostensibly stylo doing bath-tub is xcol'ent for softening tho weights of the girl boat and,
M. CALDWELL l'astor. business, while in reality he encour-
i bachelor of refined instincts and "And for all" added Mr. the skin. It should! be left to soak in
School meet Sunday was a say sixty wood and overland stages in early itThe a oars, as well as the force of wind. resistance -

moruing Sunday at 0:3J.: every cultivated tastes. lie held asnug sine- Hezokiah Hotchkiss, briskly. "Come! days, and they keenly feel the humlla-. ages farmer who a fair rate of small quantify of, rseverarhours of water, etc.
K. Huso cure in the office of the commissionersof you can't expect no fairer than that." tion of their present position. To be before being useJ The man's larger
T. Superintendent. Interest on his note should get his ma- orange eyes grew
clothes-posts, and lived in a flat in "But-too of them?" cried Mr. Bo compelled after such a glorious past, chine as low as the cash customer gets -To Bleacii a'White/'Straw Hat.- while the oar handles took the palms,

Church.Servicesevery "The Epeckin ton" building. _And_he nalli, aghast. after having driven six nnd eight-horse his. He is required to give a property Scrub hat ge tlr with a soft brush: and and occasionally cracked his knuckleslike ,'

sbylerlaii had a mania for old furniture, old pictures "Couldn't separate 'em nohow" said coaches through a land filled with gal- & suds of sop water and white soap. so English -
fc'uuday at 10:30 a.m. statement note, which can be discount. many walnut
It. B. MA.TTICK, Pastor. old books-whatever was far the old man taking snuff. While the lant road agents chivalrous horse- ed at the nearest bank *rt any time. II At night placjj in a batter made of white It ought to have boon consoling to

Suuiay StLojl, every Sunday at 10 a.m enough removed from the gloss and rosy Sally, to Mr. Bonalli's infinite thieves, and valiant Indians, after the holder wishes to realize corn-meal aid buttermilk. In the him to"know that the girl In* the sternof .

L. C. HULL, Supt. vulgarity: of newness.It amazement began to laugh heartily. having been "held up" a dozen times, : uponit. money morning wa&i i& clear water and hang the boat was enjoying the row, and

was that, as much as the necessity "Grandpa's always trying to get rid after having been through"massacres" .. If an agent or dealer will not give out to dry indlwhendry' place in a the beautiful surrounding i

for fresh air and recuperation during of his girls," said she. lynchings cowboy fights and all that box.or barrel; ovjer a brimstone smoke. "Oh. let's lovely
Churrli. bottom
H irielliodlst prices on a note transaction tat
*Services livery S.ibbathut 10:30! a.m. and his'summer vacation, that led him into "But nobody ever wants.them," seriously -now In his old age, to come down toa would it not be better for the farmer to 1 think one t> ial'will bleach your hat Island," she said. '

7:00::: p.m. Prayer meeti'l: every Tuesday the sweet wildernesses: of the Berkshire added Eunice. miserable two-horse route through a raise the himself and thus get beautifully wit; if not. repeat Thisis He did his best to appear delightedwith

and Thursday at .:30. hills. lIe was no artist; he neither And still they were not in the least settled country, is almost more than the benefit money of whatever reduction couldbe the od-fa: hione'l way of twenty years the idea, but his orange eyes b

G. D. TURNER, Pastor. I etched, drew nor painted, and he cared abashed!' or confused, these strange, they can hear. They sit on their lofty obtained through a cash transaction? Iffc., before acids, were used.-Toledouiauo. gan to dilate and his heart felt as sore

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 H.IO. nothing for sunset effects blossoming bright-eyed damsels of the woods, at seats gloomy and taciturn. They rarely .-. i his oar-bruised But he
I no farmer who cash can also a kucke
J J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt.Chrl.iIni chestnut trees hidden cataracts nor thus being pressed like dumb wares smile or talk. You must work pays -Sewing On Buttons.-When you started for the seemed
deal where he pleases. He is not at Ilad whch
forest pools, frlngoJ around with ferns! upon the city customer.Mr. hard if you hope to secure their the of a single local dealer and begin, beforo you lay the button on the threo or four let distant,'

But once talk to him of antique fire- Bonalli felt as if ho could have favor or engage them in a conversa mercy cloth put the thread through so 'that when in reality it''was about two
obliged to buy just such a line of goodsas
riinr -lt.if. irons old leather bel- sunk tho cracks of tho floor. the knot will 1 the side.
t-pinning-wheols. through tion. The only glympse of sunlight they >0on right miles. It was the apparent laok oi

Arts ., 26; Acts xxvi., >; I. Peter lv., 16 lowses or cracked pitchers of tho last "But," said he, "I-I am a single c\'ercatch through the dun clouds that this agent offers. There are argu- That leaves it Under the button and distance that lent enchantment to the
ments in favor of dealing with local
Services ouch Lord's day at 3 p.m. generation, and he was all alive. gentleman." paper their sky is when a dude, an dealers what the prevents it from being worn or ironed view but the enchantment'vanished '

j O. P. YOUXO, Pastor. Yet he was a good soul withal. The "Oh, that makes no difference" said Englishman, or a fussy old lady be- farmer wants provided and will they deal carry a fair away and thus: beginning the loosening like his cuticle as he rowed on By the '

.% Sunday School each Ix>rd's day at 3 p.m. ragged little crossing sweeper was sure Hotchkiss, smartly. "Why shouldit comes their passenger, Then something basis. The farmer has a better upon rro.ess. Then. before you begin sewing way ho was turning about he wouldhave 7. -

C. J. DENTON, Supt. of a penny when he came that way; ?'"" like a smile touches up their oppor- lay a large pin across tho button to raw probably sir miles for '
tunity of learning from those who have t. t.
tho beggar instinctively sidled up to "And I don't know what I could darkly burned faces, and by the time ; so that all your threads will go over reaching the so he headed the : f
-- __ already purchased just how the ma- bland
*r-: -- him with open palm and the poor possibly do with the-the young ladies such a passenger or'ha't is left of him, chine The machine is before the pin. After you'have finished filing boat for the 'iO' '"
OFFICIAL UIUI2CTOJIY. crotch with tho basket of common ," he added, carefully averting his has reached his destination, they are tho holes with thread, draw out the pin You are not pointing the.Jf."t- :
his and he can tell much better twa. ,
r wares was always certain of selling to glance from Eunice and Sally, so that are almost cheerfuL The stages eyes and wind your thread round and round Island at all now" shesaid.'By h I '. ) o
City OHlcera. what he is buying than he could if he '- '
:2nyorLVitkovski.. him at least a card of unbuttonable he might in no wise add to their con have no springs. The cushions are ordered from the manufacturers. beneath the button.-Advance. rowing toward the mainland,*l: j

AldernicMi-"-. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, buttons or a paper of worthless! pins. fusion. "I'm sure I should'. bo very stuffed with flint. The trail is While the manufacturers are uni- Charcoal is a great sweetener of be ,replied, "we sh-h the Island. .-

George E. Pace, L. D.\\all, S. F.Gaidiner. His soul was full of kindly instinct, happy if"Why-" stony and crossed continuallywith form in their rule tho breath, and besides that it sooner because tcrn, .o
prices as a they can
Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. and his nature that of a true gentle- put 'em where you put the gullies and. deep buffalo trails.' get no better terms from. them than ho "strengthens and whitens tim teeth I continually that we make the gate' '-.-.__.-...

Trt'asurer-WnJtpr Wills. cheer and the fire-frons!!! said Mr. To one of these melancholy drivers, removes the tartar prevents tooth- headway going In the d-
from the dealers whom
man.And can they sup- .
Marshal-E. D. Wall. here he mountain Hotchkiss. "Where do other people ache and the and
was on a dreary drawing his career to a disappointingclose gives gum lips an recton"

AssEssor-'r. W. Sweat. sid in search of the house of one put such truck?" nothing is so comforting as to ply.There is now hardly a section of attractive color. About as muchas "Yes she rple. "'bt we a 20

lJezekiah 1I0t bkiss, an ancient farmer, But hero Eunice came close to the shoot a dude "tenderfoot" through the country but In which the farmers, have can be pliccd on the point ofa ing away from islnd all the .

C'oujity Officer who was popularly reported to possessan gentleman customer's elbow. stago window upon a jag of rocks be- access to several dealers in farm im knife should be) rubbed gently into We shall be back, on shore In ten minutes

County Judge-W. F. Malph s. arm-chair of cherry-wood oddly "Take 'em, why don't''you?" said she low. the interstices of the teeth on going to i you keep on."
small town has its
I'lerk Circuit Court-\\. T. Weeks.bheilff carved and of great antiquity. as wellas in a low voice.uThey'ro not dear; and Observing that my driver was in a plements. Every bed. to be rinsed out thoroughly in the "Excuse mo." he wont on, but do
1L W. l dealer or dealers. Some of these dealers -
pperson. a par: of brass fire-dogs, the like grandpa will never be easy until he pensive humor I said nothing more to morning. Tho objection to charcoal is you notice my eyes growing larger
Tax AhiefeW-J. E. Wainright. will be pretty apt to carry the goods I -
Tax Col1p't.orM.. Hale. whereof was nowhere else to be Sound. bargains them off. If they're of no use!!! him than was necessary to procure per- the farmer wants. When he finds a its grittiness. and it must be reduced as "Yes."

Superintendent" of',Schools-J. L. Hill. They were not officially in market. to you, you can easily dispose of themin mission to sit "up there" with him. good, dealer, who handles first- nearly as possible to an impalpable That confirms me in the opinion

County 81rveyor-W.,! H. Edwards, C.K Had__ this been the case they would some of the second-hand stores in We rode for twenty miles In dead silence class square implements, he should deal with powder.' Its purifying qualities are invaluable that :I have a fit coming on, and must

County '"oiiiniis3ioiicrs Witkovski.n. probably have been mapped up long New York." and at last when we neared the him exclusively. and it Is said if taken inwardly get ashore a soon as possible."

B. KsjisJit, U. A. Told, W. II. Pinhole ago. But a whisper had reached Mr. "I beg. your pardon" said Mr. Bon station at which we were to obtain dinner worthless it will cure indig. stion. So, after a violent effort, during

icr, M. V. femilh.r Bonalli's ears, carelessly wafted from alli, over'whose mind horrible appre- and a change of horses he turnedto Cheaply-made creeping into the market implementsare -. which the girl wa frightened

I *. : one source to another, that such arti- hension had began to steal, and ho,was me and said: "Pardner, I like you. day. We can not expect the implement every- VALUE OF A RECORD., death. he reached the shone. lie had

!Mate OPlrrrn.povunor. cles did exist, and that they might to be married, Mormon fashion, to two When I first see you I thort I didn't. no fit, but he had the satisfaction of

.-F. P. rieuuiig,,Jacksonville. possibly bo purchased by some enter- young women at once. in' spite of all But I do. You're the fust man that trade to be entirely free from A Repetition of Captain Cattle' Adviceon knowing that that girl would never ask
this evil in such of imitation and
Secretary; of State-John L. Crawford an age '
; prising amateur. his struggles and protestations( "but- over rid on the top of my coach thatdidn't Keeping a Diary. him to row her and 'that she
Crawfoidvi'lle.AttorneytGeneral. cheat. No farmer should buy imple- aga
I William It was a bright, breezy July morning when Mr. Hotchkiss speaks: of his girls start fer to tell me that gol dern- Nothing is calculated! to interest an would tell the girls and he would
Lamar.Mon- ments without first testing them, or
tloello.reasurer. : I ; the sky. .all dapple with i flying -doesn't-doesn't he allude to you two ed story about Hank Monk and Horace engineer more clo,' oly in his businessand no more be a victim of the hotel boat
._ obliging the agent to give them a good,
--- make him of value his
-,_ f ladies?"' !" The ice broken and to -greater to the fat poodle of the lake In
-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. I It I young Greeley was we thorough triaL Nor should he sign the contrl
ommiss\oner\ of Agriculture BIWpmbwcll. I Eunice stepped back on a heap of old continued fast friends to the end of the employer than precision in his methods; tinction to the Cunarder I
scratch of a in the form of an or-
... ,. ,I"r ,_''! ,., chair-cushions; Sally burst out laugh ride.-Cor. N. Y. Tribune.A paper and where thin precision adds to his greyhound. of the sea
"SI' der, receipt of machine, or other
; fund of and enables him to .
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. experience is lucky I can mako
ing. -
"i my
:f ,,1, .I orange
VvHero dodge to fasten the trade him,
.'.djutnutU eucral-David Long, Cedar It t 1 \ .1'. '!.f ;.t',,;'." "Goodness me! what are you think- COSMOPOLITAN CITY. upon meet emergencies promptly and in an eyes bulge at will," he said after relating
before he knows whether or not he
Kys. ." I..f\. :'':, .. ing of?" cried Sally. "To MS"It's !" intelligent and practical manner, it will tho circumstance to a fnierd.'Let's -
1 1. ; :
Superintendent of Public Instruction-. '' .: the 'Dancing Nymphs of Cano- Buenos Ayres Has Many Languages But wants to buy. prove of still creator utility to him in a see you make them bulge
Albert : ::) ;:, >1 I When the farmer comes to the con
Russell, Jacksonville. I .., ? va' that grandpa means," explained Little Learning. career in which womptncssand presence now?" asked his friend.So .
_:, PROFESSIONAL CARDS : .:: :'. ;t1", Buenos Ayres, with her 500,000 pop- clusion that a certain implement or ma- of mind must, go hand in hand to he bulged his until
I ,It i-';: :: "'->,p,: J Eunice, crimsoning to her very eye chine will profitable on his farm orange eyes
is the most prove
: ulation_ cosmopolitan cityin insure success. looked like a couple of hardboiledeggs
JURYEYIIVG. : : brows. "Those horrid old cracked they
; he should to look about him
.. concerns that nobody wants" the world so far as language is con. proceed Captain Cuttle's advice to make a shelled and cut in half length

H R. F. ENSEY, "With neither nose nor fingers," cerned. Any one who walks for halfan for the best make ofthat kind of ma- note of every thing that is really worth wise.-Once a Week

hour of the principal chine. The proper place to ascertainthis to tho -
CL'\Fs: along one knowing particularly applies: engineer -
j JIErtI added Sally, with a fresh peal of laughter -
I I streets of this city will have his ears assailed is among practical farmers who in his daily operations. The Anxious to Pfeass.
fiTARKE, FLA. I "and nothing but simperinglaces have the machine in actual Ue. not
I by all known tongues, from most trifling occurrence though it may "
Tlrmnjhtlnir, estimates, leTeluur. eta. sx*> I in plaster. Choctaw to Hebrew. The merchantwho among the dealers altogether unless attract only passing attention_ tho "Young man. said the editor, 'e
utpd w ith accuracy and dispatch. 'I "Oh! said Mr. Bonalli feeling intensely verely. "do.n't you know that you
Henna, not converse with equal facil- the farmer is already informed as to his time. at future period
toper day, cab. (j mortified and confused. "Ah! can may prove some arrant the driest
was nonsense
.. I I II Indeed! Certainly Mr. Hotchkiss if ity in Spanish Italian, French or German needs. As the outfit of machinery and i I of inestimable v.iluo in solving: H problem drivel poem imaginable ;

is handicapped in the race for implements on an ordinary farm will that would be difficult of explanation -
1 ., ,. I make it condition I will take the very -Yes. sir."
J a .
I. ptp you
: J. 0. HAYNES wealth. This state of affairs is very cost not far from $1.000 the farmer cannot without the key thus fur-
was a misapprehension to begin 'Dancing Nymphs' at that valuation. i well be too careful and considerateof "Do you realize that they are inexcusably
demoralizing to the new comer who nished, while a knowledge of what ho '
with. Mr. Bonalli took off his hat, So tho bargain was completed, the faulty as to rhyme and meter
in his implement
has been accustomed to consider tthe his ultimate wants making with the appliances he
!; :E'N"T1S-r and apologetically wiped his streaming money paid down and Mr. Bonalli Western Plow- can accomplish besides being dangerous In sentiment.
3 purchases. !
English language all-sufficient and to is using may matotially assist! him in
forehead. went away with a peculiar sensation of "Yes; I recognized all that before I

'Offlceuer Jones' Brick Bloc*. "l beg your pardon" said he. "butI one who has escaped some dreadful look with contempt on any poor foreigner man. .. the management of a future plant. brought thorn to you. In view of your
who failed to master of its There is Httlo labor required to
-"" haven t the honor of being Jenks' doom. Value off the Hired Man. very criticisms on former efforts I thought
inconsistencies. The shoe is record of such
on occurrences
:BUGG ; man." "Wal," said Uezekiah Hotchkiss!; surveying many keep a this might meet with your approval.
& WILLS "Then the other foot so to speak, as Englishin It is good to have a hired man on the may be outside of the common routine. '
said the hazel-eyed lassie the scene through spectacledeyes Merchant Traveler.
i this corner of the world avails one farm who takes sufficient interest in affairs and the thought it entails can only exercise .. k-
who ? of business!
are you "that's a good stroke
,Attorneys at Law It little; but because the Argentines are a to suggest new plans and improve a beneficial effect: on the Intelligence Quite the Contrary.
sounded like a blunt query, but as Put the things to one side girls until
nation of linguists it does not follow ments. Often if he be an intelligentman while reference to the diary of
I she spoko it, it only expressed a naturalcuriosity. the chap from tho hotel come> to pack A merchant engaged In an
4' STARKE FLA. that they are scholars. Force of circumstances and has had experience in farming extraordinary events. when they have attmp'to

'em up. has made these people his suggestions will have much long been forgotten will prove highly sell a wooden refrigerator to a lady
Wilt raolloeJII a11 the Court I In th. Foartk "My name is Bonalli," he explained."I "Sally," said Eunice "did that man of the various good qualities fie
-filth JudJca1 (. adepts at acquiring foreign tongues. I value. The-employe who has worked interesting as well aa bated
.rcuittI was directed to Mr. Hotchkiss' think grandpa was trying to .
remember recently conversing with a for a number of farmers and has only this. but a simple: record of dc
place. bargain us with the second-hand afraid said the 'that
F. J. FIELD away I'm lady
I gentleman. who spoke four languages learned something from each one be- what you have accomplished jotted
Oh. that's right said the furniture?" will taste the food.t
I ; girl."That's fluently, who tried to convince me that comes in time a master of the business down from day to day, will prove of these refrigerators he is now." "Of course he did. poor fellow said in the route of vessels makes of farm- value in case an ; Bless ye. ma'am!" exclaimed the
M' \W Chicago lay ply and usually a success practical opportunity
i = rlilluu Upon which a knotty-faced "Didn't observe how he was
n leather-
'Q .I Sally. you ing between this port and Japan. ing when he starts on his own account. offers for an improvement dealer. "Taste the food? Wy. they'l
complexioned individual, with only one trying to get rid of us as civilly as pos- take the taste all
.j"I Geography evidently was not his strong This was the way old-time farmers of of position. A well kept ou fo

STARKE, FLA. leg and a cushioned crutch appearedat sible. ? point. The fact is over 80 per cent. of the better class learned their trade. diary would interest an intelligent employer ma'am every. bit of m"-Youth's

A.1.l TVOR4.'Al\TEED. Boitt the the old door demanding gruffly, "what "What would Tom Rainey say"If? the adult population can neither read Few, however, who intend farmingnow far more and bear. greater weight I panion. .. _
they her
was such cried Eunice
1 : : noise about!" making a clasping" nor write, but it is safe to say that the are willing to serve as apprenticesat than all the letters of recommendation He Felt Much Better.

only he knew- coming generation will pre3ent much the low wages that apprentices must couched in general terms that could: be
PEEf! { & FRAZEE "I am told. sir," said Mr. Bonalli. "What would Johnny Esterbrook .
more flattering figures, thank to the always receive.-Albany Journal. collected. Minister-I'm glad, Bertie, t see
"that you have a very old cherrywoodchair think?" echoed Sally, with a fresh accession and
"Yankee school ma'ms" who came, -s-c. The work of the engineer who conscientiously that you kept your promise to me

.itjorncyk, Law and Notaries th"at-,"with a pair of brass fire-irons, of mirth. "If only I dared to saw and conquered. being already a -A near-sighted amateur photographer : endeavors to perform his came to church tdayinsta of going
Lima 0. took what he
tell him! of ,
the "rule of fishing.
: lu the land.-N. Y. Mail and Ex duty has passed beyond
I "Oh! I see" nodded the leather- "I never heard of such a thing in my power thought was a very affecting picture of thumb" stage. There is a reason'for B rtie-Yes, sir.InisterDou't

SUKKC, :';i BKADFORO CO., FLA. faced patriarch. "You're one o' them life" exclaimed the scandalized Eunice, press. -. U_ a young lady kissing a young man in a every thing he does that: is based on you feel better thanIf

Afrstracu oj1 Title and Real Estate Law a fellows that collects. Well come income "The man must be brimfull of concuit, I -A N<*w York street-car conductor shaded dell near the town. When he science and founded on fact, and to you ha gone the creek?

pccjumy.Abstracts, t in. I ain't anxious to sell, but even to dream of such an idea!'' complains that ladies take especial developed the picture it affected him a familiarize himself !with them as he Yes, ; 'cos pa said If I follered

}.Iortragto! : LIei.furnished't as Pule showing.1udi'mentttacb every; Deed- I'd part with the old truck for a fair But she was mistaken there. The pains to pay their fares in coppers and great deal more than he bargained for. must do if he wisheV to be more than a h to-day he'd lick me go-Jude .

meat arid i 'all nia'tcis of public record and Die price. Eunice and Sally want some error had been natural enough. And that if he gives them change in the as the young lady proved to be his coal shoveler or manipulator of an -_,. .
alfedllug >uv cf lf<'al Estate in Bradford His
ouy. Florida up to date of Abstract. new parlor cheers and a store carpet. Mr. Raphael Bonalli was no more self- same con he is greeted by an angry wife. .. oil can and a bunch.of waite hU work Did Best

f 4-5 5nEAPQtJARTCTIS : and I told 'em they could have f :what conceited than other men. The fault glare that makes him feel like a culprit --Every- genuine champagne cork must be to him as .a-book of instructions Henry-So you asked old Growler?

the old things would fetch to spend for 9:1l1ay with the patriarch, who was the daily '* of which teach his last night did you, Fred?
.. -_. used in a pint bottle of champagnecosts iw; daughter
r'_ 1 l' FOR any gimcracks-they liked. Just step rubbing his hands with glee at the sales! that ran in West four cents. The quality of the him all that is worth: knowing of his 'And how did you come out? r
into the wing and look at'em." he had made and crying out, at that -A horse away business he familiarizes It was a window I belie"e
;r-.JrI.E: and : provided 1'red-
: : ] ::tNS: :t\TO New :Mass., wasn't caught until it cork is indicated by its close grain important
t Tho "wing. of the bury, the beat 1 could do,
a portion house identical moment: miles distant J marvelous expansion after being withdrawn himself with .cause as well ai Henry. That was

''Prewntfr.c; the Liverpool) and London otherwise unused was full of old relics "C me,girls, come; ain't it almost cached a town twenty-two from the bottle. effect-Safety Valve. I 'though.-N. Y. Sun. : .
an'J ....lob six hours alter. -
Company of dead and hungry a
gone generations-two dinner time? Bargaining's "
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Fx-Covrrnor KT A. Perry,D l.'*%' I j* .- idjicCo i

TELECRI4PI1. Ot n. E. A. 1'crry. t- .-i.rerttur uf the j 'iiI pun* of the south comes acftf We' cUp'Ir.. uj iie Juahe. & .Iy State .
ht. rd.lts t.' the
laic of Florida d2t(1 l itt Kvrrville. Tfi ". CUfli Hie establishment of, cunning Leaf the fthl.oi Special.
:' '- ('oI'irg tit t'mai puce: STiRNBUR
.1nYBURtr)WtLT 'T- Dna Agricultatr3 AN
- en the ISih IQHI. Hi* had ten in ilmi ficlorim. These rulerprisea repnibent -
fliK.B&DFUKDCOCSfl. FLORIDA. 1 I CoIkIvpenei with! 111 cntlets mostly U is with pleasure that \\ c an
4 _ _ Male for wine lime pant Jookinjj up #Cat. <.f ihet>irM andmakt, rractic*! waj s of non-r.stlei.t* -presentiug the> leading ,

i Kdttor- LC.WEBB and Proprietor.: Lie! ranch for his on Nuil. "A lew 'dity diversifying Industry that can ltj found. famihicifli t1istnie. and many others cx- flounce to our many patrons that: xve

.- JIg() be was paralyzed and baa nertr ic- The COM ot canning outfit I* cortparaI pccted soon The att.-ndauce will exceed .
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;' ; $vacIrrIoTc $LD A TBAB. covered ufflcif n'ly lo talk since. From I lively: uruali, the estimated expense of a 150) this term. have (again) made arrangements S -- -" -.. --
frc., to indulge in recrea- -
the first of the attack but little hope w* !! plant equal to i'-e packing of 10.000 cans All cadets are from 1 to 4 m. 1 he with that wide-awake illustrated
town, p. ,
.; lion or
nS.rt A.'rtU* S. Act in go
f At Po* OJIce ,StarJet. Fla./ Second entertained for Ins recovery. The remain* per day being inside of 1500. The south balance of the time they are under strict
,! V ('I4 J(4fy, v ill le brought U> Pcnsacola for buriiJ. has excepti-iifal advantages for fruit raising discipline. farm magazine, the AMKBICAX They want to sell ; yonr Groceries
, pronptly you Provisions
fruits and Citizens arc requested lo report ,
z Qrn. Perry was a native of Jklas&tchus- and wherever fine vege
1. tabled! are raised a canning establishment nny improper.or impolite cnnnucl on FARMER, published at Fort \V ayne, Corn bats Hay audjlran.
Bradford county will, soon have etta but came south when but a young the pail of cadet-tin the town. ,

.. ftbout ?0 miles of railroad man. He willed in Penwicola and prnc- ptf.|>erly conducted would pay. The con- Over $3.000 have been deposited wit" Ind., and read by nearly 200,000

j iL ed 14w. At the outbreak of the war sumptii of canned goods all oycr the the president by cadets for current ex They want to sell jWyour Ir$ Hoods and Notions.

| is immense and there is no reason penses. farmers, by winch that great publication : __. -
Tbe time w anon at hand to elce* } no raised a company and went at once country and -
meal at the barracks you
' for the souih MiouM! not lake a leading Take a They want to sell youiyour: Cloth ing; and f -
inln the fiercest of lie woo why of eiijliiy- I'RKK Furnishing
4 city officer Now in >a good lime will In-bold lie phenomenon will be mailed direct, cu
hiracclf fanny honors. lie was wounded pnrt ui suppljing the nwiket.-South.Pfaf five boys beinrr fed in a dining capacity:

; .. to make your (election. twice, once in the battle uf Frazcr Firm. for forty. A vnrirty.: plenty ckr:, well tc the addreus of any of our sub They want tq sell you your Jlats and Caps. 7j

-' .. Vote "wet,** and yon open barroom of before the Wilderness Richmond and lie apun r.c from in the corporal battle -von know of or a deaf BltodDo or blind. child? c joked Tin new and professors set etl. are quite popular.welcome !- scribers who will come iu and pay They want to sell ytfu ybnr Hoots, Shoes *nd Rubbers.

Visitors are
*; vote "Art" and enforce the If so, wIll VOlt not Mjid the address of its Drill al 4 o'clock.
14 Gent-ml during the service nnd was beloved -- the of the al any time. up all arrearages on *ub criplion They want to sell Your
law parents 01 guardian to prjiurpai You. Hardware Tools
and will be sold in ,
no Jiqnor The brick barracks will l-c ready andBiiU
I>y all men alike. AU-r the war he Mate school T Please sUte age. sex. color new r

; your town. again returned to Pcn nc"la and practical and mental condition of child and whethei by December. '.. and one year in advane from date, Il aterlal. -.

,- The G. S. &. F. railroad have purchased law. In 1884 lie was nominated for governor Ihe parents school are as in klIC! case to of send innbiliiy their to child do 8 to<> Known 11I0 firealoal to the medical An Periodic.profession is and lo any new subserlner who will They want to sell you jottr Wagons, Huskies-, Agricultural-

; ,F a of by the Democrats hind was vlectrd! the vK-iiIy for t.w proiuoluin (il the -dur- quinine, the base of which is thu OalNayu plcnients*, Seeds anil Fertilizers. ->
great portion .Hampton.ThU advance. This is
A taking the oath of office Jan. 1. 1883 alma of tim ukf nnd blind will pay all lurk of commerce" This bark J.i gatlurwlby pay one year in a

will insure for that city a Gov. Perrr leaves a wife, a married and the traveling expenses. the natives of South American countries obtain first They want to sell yoityour Saddles Harness ami ..
Don't .vail for someone else but send of the e.irlh grand opportunity lo a
all !
prominence not the unmarried dnUjhterK and and exported to parts
two one xnn.
equalled on en- fact they want to sell youcverytlinr;
the yourself.' "The you may need.
.. names manufacture of quinine. .,,
for the
I tire nail. Edward to whom Ilit, sympathy of the The school is entirely free there being servant Is not greater than his master" and class farm journal free. The a trial, and you will he convinced that they will save yon?

.. tjdo of Florida is extended. no charge for tuition. Board is also furnished it stbnda to reaVon I thai the extract has nol on everything You buy rntl at the same time & ***

Never i% rlnwnBoraponc and wait for In ordinary cases. the curative power of the ori
There are five instructors including A is effective remedy for malarial .
; flw lo do vour work for no more -
s:lIi __ WHY WE NEED CANNERY. teacher of carpentry for the lioys. disorders known lo the world luau \Veslmonland's page journal, of natural circulation,

; you. If Starke people make no ef- The girls will IIP instructed in sewing. Calisaya Tonic which contains
L i1' to bring immigration, immigra- A Cannery Immigration.will Brine Wealth And cooking and all household' duties. The a sufficiency of the purest, bark, and which ranks among the leading agricultural

frcbriol is managed on the broiul pnnciplerf all disorders ot the system arising from n TRUBY STEfiWG &

: i not come. A canning factory would be the means a Christian house and all the pupils diseased liver readily succumb to its in papers. It treats the COHPftNlSTARKE ;

of furnishing a market for all the garden are instructed in morals, manners and fluence. This medicine is for sale

Tors the Times-Unloit or the city produce thkt could be raised within a habits of neatness. by Rivers & Joiner at 30 cents and $1 per question of economy hi agriculture
-i There is room for thirty more pupils. bottle.
; Of Jackoonville! own the Farmers' reasonable distance from Starke. There for the and and of that
Separate buildings are provided LIPPMAX BUDS.. Wholesale Agents the right* privileges FLORIDA.To
Alliance? From reading the Times- is many a man who would only be too< white and the colored. The slate pro- Suva mull. Ga. B K .

N Union one would think it belonged glad lo locate among us if be bad the pos'-s. to Address uive every child n liberal education. Without- a Parallel., vast body of citizens-American

.. IT means to live upon until his grove came The outlooK for business "in the sonthern -
down there comf where. PAKE TERREM. ltrrter-t-liose industry is the A. EMOITT
$ into bearing; but with a cannery located Principal. Fl.ite* fceems ID i be umiMi.illy bright ,

.I If the city of Starke and the surrounding here lucre would be no trouble for a fmn- fit. Augustine. FU., Sept. 30. this seanoti. l rfipi are reported gooil uiul basiof :all material and national
alaindani. The increase the
money in ST&ELcE Cii.
make comfortable livelihood SrIEr'DORIDnfl )
ily lo nol only a
territory to be included in value of thu rropii I Hiis year uvei last is ,
from a small patch of ground, but Item of Interest. : rep'irti-d to be $125.OW,000.) The rapid prosperity. Its highest purpose is r trLwWjWLW
; ill!* school district vote for a special The number of offices in the United Patrons and the
Public I
actually lo realize large profits from small post development of this oertion of our conn my g..Ile'rl would respectfully arnonnc
the eh-vaton and of
3-mill school tax, one of tbe best fruits and vegetables. Where \>e have Stales now reaches practically sixty thousand try has been almost v.'itliuin u purullel! i lie : : ennobling Agriculture that I am still at my oh s&aitZ ready to serve custom
nsrainst nearly thousand in niy n slicrtnotice.
twenty three or four \\ huh that tinn-
schools in the state can be located one farm now we should have at least Great iiiitain and Germany. In fact the over H.OOO n>I ik-b years.of rilioud I! have bci-n through the burlier and AH herutufore, I shall in the future use my best endeavois tu tnra

here. half-a dozen. The same labor and expense Unit"d States has to-dtv nearly as many built upwards of 11.000 new industrial

now bestowed upon forty acres post oiticts as h'l Europe. The average cstahliblimr-nU. eiitruciii! every line of bro-ider: education of mi-n and woiiiin out good work at a low figure.- solicit the aLLeIItiI: of tiose iu need tifCarr'iages

V. A subscription list for stock in would if concentrated a five-acre number of post offices for each thousand multi ii:aCt tires. have liven cnUolUiibd.I i In
upon in its The .
of in this about engaged pursuits
population country one,
tie last Ih rw years there lias bern rnisd
: the cannery can be found at this office. truck patch near a markel. yield more and the postal receipts arc about one dollar 21.500.000 bales of cotton over l..*00.000.000 .- ,

'c Shares are only $10 each, ten revenue with less bolher. In fuel, a cannery ,- per year for each person. bushels of mm. nearly Jit.0tJli.t)0() regular subscription prie of the 33gges

per cent to be paid at first meeting would! be the direct means for set.lling Old Libby prison has been opened to bushels of xvh 'al and I tw ire as much onti. \A/
yliiKittOAX FARMER is $
I.Ct!) agon.s
the in and the total! of per -
up our county with good, energetic public Chicago as a museum uf war value the ncii ultuml -
. of stockholders. Come up and en relics. Th house is prttty much a< il products amounted to upwards of $\!.3U(.).- -- aid Carts
citizens it 'would have the same effect IT COSTS YOU NOTHING.
j he lie outside year. ,
roll your name. used lo on I but the interior 000,000.-Ex._ or auv 0. !her; st\li of
upon emigrants to Florida is a "Helpwanted' has been painted and other improvements
A hale old mnnri. Mr. Jaa. Wilson of From one number ide.ts: pun be
in has mnle. There are of any
advertisement : things
a city paper many
There is in Starke Aliens III. who is
& an organization Springs. over 6'> years
in the museum, them letters from
uprn those out of employment. These among of age, : "I hive in time I tried worth thrire- the VE1OLES.Plows
4 .. V- composed of young men who have Albert S-dney; Johnston, JelTcrson Davis* says lily A subscription piie .
new citizens would trade with our merchants great many medicines ?<>me of excellent
01 initial commission as coltinel of vs ultifl-
the good of the city at heart and and make up to the town all the trade leer; in the Mexican! war the table on (quality hut never before did 1 find any to *you or members of your house-
,that would fo roiRpletvly ilr ill that i is
who are determined that the city they may lose by Ihe building of the which the AppouiHtlox I ws* Harrows
clMinu-d 'for I it us rii-tinlx-iln'm's I (.'olic.! I hold TTYOU GKT: IT FRKE. Call Cultivators to order -
.iitted. the hat Andrew J.a ekstiii ,
; shall grow and its laws be enforced. Macon railroad. There is nol a good citizen wore Cho]' r.i; nut Diarrlicei Kfinvi'.y. It i is truly
wli'Mi he WHS iatlguruited!, and the stove
Do in Starke but what rejoices as the a wonderful mcii iCuir." F-T salthy :md set, sample .
you wish to i join? goose and slicnrs he used when be WAS na copy.h And other l'ta'rming Ifn >knents.
G. W. & F. rail read at the tailor ; t: .Joita.
progresses; yet hoie man ; Slonnwall "nekton's

A very small expense would: Veep same lime we must realize that a great acceptance ii f his command; letters from I was p iJtHjn throtj .|| Mr rKi'iofthiH ( t)1 mit v h a Is & b fa b b bJ. KEPARIX; of Vchirt
U S. Giant. Phil btut*'. stys 5f'. II. (1. l, -sier. ofItlarthi : c-s, Ajivirultiral Irnplt-mcntj.! Tons! Alaelui.erj'
Sheridan. Sherraau and ___ ,
the streets in a good clean condition, portion of our former subsistence will be others. KfitU'Vv.rlvn! I wit t-jiltpn Gui.s, Pistils, etc., ma: cut oiT, nnd some means to arrest with a ruiiinir uuff of t'io' IHJ.M-ISI suit! Th fMA1 \
retrogression ikiiMi.
Oulv btt
tie nutfi'i.ils
' or better yet: an ordinance, of this The "Georgia Electric \Vi-ndiT." Mrs. vrainpiiti! uii f I Uu'stonnpli. J Moppe 1 atM UM-I.

city roust be adopted. Let us provide Abbot is wreathing with the mm of the r. II. \1. IIu'i-piv] > at Clk: l>ick.
compels every property owner menus for the immediate support of new B.ivStiteand downing them us she did who hid t'lrimivrlari) 'nllc! I'hii'ter.t! ; r 1IORSK: SifOSING; actjtrtin: ? to Scientific Principles. j&

1t to keep the street along his premicicr wtlkrs, then these will nol be long in in Floiida List winter. and Ii.inlifi \ It 'njn lv wml :iixe'l UM .1 -- ------- ---- ,- -

clean' M far as to its middle. Why coining, and if the new railroad, besides There are four statues of Christopher) dose Every f-iuillv I' uMh-vp'l should mo li.ivo in two this ntiipilo reii3>!tv* \

is not this ordinance enforced? brlping the junty at large, compels the CnltiinbiM in the United Stite4otie inIfailiinmre. in their hivnc. Kors\!.'bvHlVKIlt' MORGANS'P.
14 % I t i one I in New Yoik. tulle I in lios- JolXKR.
Starke citizens la rise from their torpor I(inn Hiiri one in Fiirmount: Park, Phila A
S J One peculiar feature that is Mr. II. P. T4 >vrj' y, l l3r 'tk'r! in
: noticeable and exert themselves for their own good delphia.tanford "
general iMfp-hao'liRp at V .ibu'.k N av O. ]
LrJI il' among our Florida people then il will prove a blessing indeed.A i k agitating the removal of the nays: "I lm\MtrimI St. P.itri-kN! IMii EjUILDING.'I .

.. county site ftoin Orlando. lxT.itlf a new and l cnn truly ii> that th 'y a'n thus f
% ;' who are living in locations that canning plant capacious enough to .- ai.zD _- .
; are COIl it hiiii-i i-s to be toil It. J5ut Oilaiulo tin se (-y. r iukn'i>r known to NO im wl."

_. _. trying to grow, is that they, almost !till! 10,000 cans a day is said to cost only lots no intention thai the thing shall' be As a Dlo'x.iuthy| in or rot ilinrdor of :ai :[ : i :R s 1 3ST
$l.500. Such a plant would be larger 1on the liver tliv will alwtyi uivo iurretstisttcii'i.
r : invariably hold the price ofipronr, IlivER4 A JOIMKB. SCHOOL BOOKS STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS
[than needed here fur some time to come. L. 0 SKINS AOENT.M
Four batlerier of the Fourth United ,
ty so high that peop"will not buy, Perhaps the comparatively small sum of States Artiilerv Irive ben ordered tt St. Our n Exasiiineru. DKAI.KH IN

r., and thus tbejdflefeat tht-ir own purioie. $2.000 or 12.500 would build and rig the \iigustin unil Peuiacol.i.St Fleming has appointed the 11e : ;
following hiwrilof nu-iiinl! rx-smintrs: Drugs & Medicine-.

p factory. Mr. N. D. Hngumnn: has already -j>s have been t.ilxtn la make Jackaonsille Fifth judicial i-in-jiit : lis. Thcnvis P. Stark Flat
promised (1,000 for the purpose and one the r-ittriti maiVet o! Flori.ta.Vnrc- Oiry. <)c.-il.i : .1. F. McKlnst y. Glinesvillt" CIGAR

Trustees are to be seltrted by the or two more gentlemen expressed their hOUSe facilities have been i'teiireul] AIK! Hstork ; Philip II Sty ttIz. PiUtki Kuiiriii *
company organised lo construrt anew judicial iiicuit : lrs. J I) 1"ci uan'ez.! Physicians Prescriptions SUBSCKIPT10NS 1IEOKIVE1) FOIL ANY PAPEK OU MAGAZINE OrIertolicit

1 citizens of this school district, who willingness to aid it sn the TELEGRAPH one; one firm bus agreed to open an .J.icksaiui'.lc; J I, Horsey, rtrnandina; F (.ire'ft 1j, (.''in p.'u inlet! nt nil /tour*-r//iv d antI prompt -.U-utiou given tu.S.tuiie.

;: will have control of all monros rained ventures to predict ttmt another month or office there nnd ship l.irgely through thatport. FSnntli. Si. .kmm tiaIiie Sixths j-idicul

) :: in this district two will see something ungibl fr< re ourprrpoanl. It i ii expected llmi H.OOO bale will circuit: Drs. .1 P U'all. Tamps; Charles MASTER'S SALE.
p school
purposes. Meanwhile we a full discussion be handled there this seasou. B Srtettiu Key West ; \V Kennc'ly.Hartow. U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER Florida Trunk Line.
So the entire..occm of the urge Sr.-nt!. j-Hjcisl circuit : Ii"*. t'nder ami by virtue of a final d.cree Imuin
of the sublet.OLl.TIAX.. A private telegram received at Pensacola out of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judici :
L chool interest will remain lip the the 7th hist., from Handera. Texas Kucl II I>etn. Lr-cslmrj;; r' it Mivell. Circuit ef Florida in ourf for Bradford Cou My. \ TJ14OR1 DA CENTRAL
rf.- .- Sanford; Hrnry K DiilVnt. Purl Oranife. in Chancery iittiiK, in a cause therein, wherein
I choic for trustees. All! tcfoolft inV iDtiounces the serious illnes of ex-Gov. And also the state botr of IIDIIIUI; tile Nicholas I>. Hafaman U complainant and Wuydi & PENINSULAR R. R.
." rnor E. A. Perrv. Ur. and Mrs. Wm- IT. W nut and Mary Wynn. hU wife, are defend1'niita. 1 .
incdic.-l! .
'XitmiMpM Stout
the district will receive vq'isl benefit II. Ro s. the O-neraPs son-i-'aw' and : I wi'l' offer for sale at public o. tcry to tlic Formerly the P. B. N.Co.
: A City Iu Reality but lacking In have Jacksonville; T J Williamy: >n. F.iutis. highest and beat biddtr, i-i front of the Court
daiishter. to his bedside. We
;: from the money raised. pone Hou>iedo<>r. iu theTuAn of Starke. lathe Cout Standard Time Kaed.-Juog a, 1889.
Population.Probnblv trust his .iilnienis will Deafness Can't be Cured I
nol prove fatal nforesai I ou JlouUay, Noveznbor4tii..t. P '
t 7 tT
-- -i not over a "hand-'ull" of our itt) Mhe people of Flori.ln will anxiously by loral application. r>- 1 hey cannot reach l t-B at 12o'clock.ctsndaid nine, the following iI _j SOUTHERN DIVX.I 550ip
LI : The l.iw.laid/down by the hegisla.i. await knowkdge of his Improvement. the dNensy.1! portion of the ear. There >I *8oribe many readers know of lie whereabouts of ant-, lying ant! teiuir iu aid County and State JTOOuII4Sa I.v JnrkaonTille Ar! I fO \ 1a
i. lure of Florida one way to cure de.sf-ss, and that &3< p1)27..i.v ( ?!aPan
I that the county of r a4 knows aid desrihet as the urmtLeast qn.ir1terof ArJI'o
th Climax and
city probably many is by constitutk.&al reflH-tlrcs. eAfiicss; tie uUiwe.t kr commissioners phall cause the report have nevtr even heard rf that town or THROUGH TO LAKE CITY. is caused !Iv an inflnmerl condition fo the quarter of the southeast quarter. Section t eu-1/I i27pAr Ijiwtey ll.MiaII28 SUa150a
south of iaiuc i 9S3pll20p 1 42 Ar StarkeWaldo Ar a ZtOao3op
TownshIp s-een twenty
I made by the county treasurer to bepubl'uhed even were unaware of its existence. If Tbe G. S. & F. Train* sro Through mucus lining of the Etistachbq Tube. one ty-two east, containiuj; eighty acremore or le-*. 1'II. 227p Ar Ar 10 52 a
To-day.It When this tube inflamed ur-ve W. Ei-pisoa. 3t'2jiAr Hawthorne 1023a7&5a 200a
the reader will lake drive you a -AND-
and jet it is ne ,et done, a some pleas- is not often thai a railroad cnn he rumbling sound or imperfection hearing J. L. Fmzcr Special Muster.Comnlaiuaut'k I 110 a 429pttlUp Ar Ocala tO 12flhs1350a

unless it is done ant day lo our flourishing sister city Lriw- constructed as the builders at first intended and when il is closed. Dnifneb jviiaui: Solicitor. 4pAr Wildwood J>.r PGa 910 p.
perhaps fee enifrely I 1'')
by October 4th. 1-8J_ _. _.., II5 a Leebnrg ArLT 745 p.
_-_ ______ Arr
Icy and there inquire for Climax, more but the Georgia Southern mid Florida is the result and unlesb the inflamalion STARKE. FLA. -I I' liOOa 6 40 | Taia'es 7 Id a 700 p.

some enterprising newspaper, who loan likely the good people would refer seems to be an exception lo thai rule. can be taken out and this lube restored >cUl attention given to repairing Watcher -- 9 4.!a 8 Zf Ar Orlando L* 5 45 aLI 4 ( p,

is ambitious to give all the> newi.I him lo the store draw AI about the lime previously announced to its normal condition hearing will IK- .-'_. grocery or perhaps it rnasonable pr'-crr for eanh.
by the officials of Ibis read, communication destroyed forever; nine ca .e out of len 7i0psooi Lv Jackdonville ArLr
Why is this neglect on the part of forth from the left hip-pocket a morsel of SlOap
has ben ebtaUi&hed between Valdosta are caused by ca'.arth. wliK-h i ik nothing NOTICE; FOR FUULICAT1QX.LAMQ : Wlldwooa Ar
ths count commiisioner,4 the "weed" that has become BO popular and Luke City rnd trains were but an imttamed c-ondition of the ruiicu /540a Ar Paoaaoffkee Ar ROCpiSup
running over Hut portion of the road surfaces. We Orpicc AT CAIVMVILLE FLORID ) ."._ 8 13 a Ar SumtenriHe A.- 30 p
the will give One Hundred *'
among chewing population. If such September 21st. 18S9. 7 15 a Ar rit.Catharine Ar I iSt's

Il in with great pleasure vre announce be the case, do not brume disgusted and yesterday.By DolUrs for any ram of Deafness, (caused NOTICE i* harehy given that the following i : Ar I.auoche Ar
Sunday it is expected thnt accommodation by ratarrli.) thai we CHiinol pure by ."! Krttler h.-v-t tiled notice ot hvt tnten $&)a Ar Dade City Ar Sl&v404p
: to the farmers of Bradford turn back, nor take it as a personal uf- service will be established between taking Hall's Catarrii: Cure. Send fo"- lion to make final proof in support or hut claim 1M)30a Ar Want City U
ta.! that said! proof wit l i.e made before W. T.We 1.S CEIJAU KEY l'. M
1 1 Iep |
Macon and [Luke
county that our enteIprising'tizenw front; it will be good manners lo bite off City. circulars, fiattf : k Clerk of Circuit f" urt. nt Srarke, Floridtfon
Traffic is already quite prvHl between P. J. CHENEY CO.Toledo. OVii1tItKVttXTI1. < : 1145t111.t Jacksonville Ar 1CO3 liO&
I3 xiz
tts big n "chew" as can easily be deposited 9. : Sim)
3Ieairs. VVnldo lO 35
: Ar
Ano 240r11.v Z4Ogi
f ; Corner L. JVck ami J. T. Macon and Valdosta, nod the JESSE ft LOVER, of I.aUc ButlerF.oiida. 1.
prospects O.
3 a Gait 9 40
: Ar 230jUUyi
a esville 1
Fewlw in the Ml side of your uuder-j.iw and for H. K. Xn. 1R5K, for sh- s. of S\V' and S% o
; are good large passenger traffic during 143a Archer hB'onaoD 25s
are i .
now building rice Adverilnlntr.A SK Sec i4 'I p 5 S Range 19 E. He names th ..
hen bsk for the road leading lo L'liwuix the winter. 5 S 443jj r Ar 45aa
4 mill that will clean and Mngle pag. in ;a silicic issiw of the (.iIocfngsvjtnrtss to prove his co tinuous rca .. OdnrKey L\ 53)a .. ..
polish 100 City the suburban metropolis of Lawtey. There are only forty-seven miles more idencc upon. and cultivation of. staid land, vizM.
or bushels of track-laying to do. Mid nearly all the Cciii urv.* lake.i for ndveili, t Isitz- purposes H Markev J. U. Dowling.J. G. Jobu-.on, ant L I t | WESTERN U1VN | 8 | 10
of rice in ten tiour' and without a doubt you will be directed! giauinz has been done. Track has been cost 4i >(00: in :b? Harpers $4iH'; in other John Croft, all uf Lake Kutlt-r. Florida. ; 'Op 7 IS a I.v Jacksonville Ar 3 4 p 8i5l

run. They expect to have it in working to take the Kingsley lake avenue. Go laid twelve miles soulh of Lake City and prominent mag-mii''s from $3.30 to $100. ALEX LYNCH. Register. ] t0'i'i44hp( "l6atr SWasr Lake Buldvin Ar Ai 300p itSpli2aii54ii 1i'
order early in straight ahead for about Iwo miles then fifteen miles north of Pal.itka.Col. A yearly advcriiMfniL-nt of( one c il'iimi I ii NOTICE OF ELECTION.TO 027ft Ar live Oak Ar 1236u 11.3 a
January. This the Chic:igo rrilmnc $22.004 for use low I 4'a 18 a12I2p Ar MadisonMonticello Arll2 aL blIPs
left for New York
turn lo left creek and lot the en Monday ALT ANDSINOULAR. the Electors of the
your cross a
rice I 4 1
cleaner and
has already been tested. lo attend the general tin convention est. $S5.9.)1 for the hi'he. pricm! County of Bradford, Mate of Florida: ArHS > 10 05 aLT 5Za
the city stcnds before in all its e column. These' f0ai 2 ur p'M Tallahassee 9 0'a S 2(1 a
As you majesty which papfr il I iisruil. ate KNOW YE Tliat in pur.iu.uice of an order -_ "
the business the meets al the Hotel Brunswick to "IBy Oil a' 30tpAr) Quincy LT 5(0* IWa
increases capacity and glory. day. He will return next never nt u loss for advertising- ril! their made ID open sessio by tlio Board of Count NOTICE. : -s o i4.4rlliv"rJuuatio.LyI 705a,1205*
of the Suudny. Coinir is i.oners nfs.iid C->u'-ty ou tLe 7th day o'f
& mill will be enlarged: 1-ess than Iwo short years ago Climax Metropolis for Oct. 10. coIumtK. These figures w.'l' doubtless( lie October. A. I). 1*>9, that there will be an Election Tiriue of jin order made by the Honorable Nimi 8. !>. 1ft. 13. daily. Noa.>.
of interest lo I the mm 'ln, invests d1):) and heU in said ;ou-tyon the 15th day o:"NOT William F. Malphurs. County Judge of Bradford |[4'23. 24. 36 daily except Sunday; 3.daily exctr*
.? Cana rjrTh Pr.rt.s. was nothing more than a bit of piney flitters himself that he 13 u liberal atdver- ember to determine whether or not Spirituous Countv State of Florida exercising probate l f 3. tutiy.FZtNAMZA._ _ _
woods; not a tree had ever been cut nora lie Likes Bable User.-Ex. Vinous or Malt Liquors hull ho sold in sd.t power"dated September ilth. 18fl). apoint: crme. AND JACKSONVILLE BRCH.NT .
.re i a good deal of interest Uleii iutbe provided for in Chapter 3700 Law: the uui.Ier-igumeti is commi'-siiner to sell crti -
stuck and The folluwiniarticle is clipped from the Florida. tiitn.Vet' Raid f >- W. Nft. G. No 5. No.M,
plow into.lhe soil lo-day it One who Kuo\vx. 'in real estate iu county i Brad
S cannery it'' Given under rav axdeal of office belon to the estate 01 Sarah C. Lintnn. P45a430pLv Jacksonville Ar &Ma 600p1ft
at ford.
question so much
that mi
Waincsville Record
so is the live flourishing Climax. Less than published al Wainesville. The following tes'.im-'nial
j It fr.:n a Starve this the 9 J) day of October. A I'. 13S9. late of IIiltsl>on>u>fh County. State of Flomla.deceased. ,
feat been thought proper to start subscription two years itgo Mr. W. C. Lndd concluded 111., the old home ot our posimaster. gentleman wh< known our formula and i li [SEAL] W. T. WkKjts Now. hytr ue of the authority v.-st- Trains No>. 5 mini 0 daily,rxvrpt Sunday. No-,
thoroughly with the Clerk Circuit Court. ed I l-i me a' Mich uoninii!ner. 1 will soil in front 6-.and 61 Snndy only. _
paper for slock. The full Jwing lo move his saw-mill lo Ibis property Mr. L. C. Hull. He is personally acquainted of iieqiiiinleil Tonic; t curative I OctlVOJ of the coil t house door l hi Ihe town of Marhe in 'T-Pva in New nrloan Expresi. ihortertaiaqiiiike
with Mr. and propel fy our The way lo know imaid cuutitv o: Bra.lf.u-i.on Mcn-Uy the 4rli t line to Middle and West KW>d point
4 ii the plan: Capital slock 600 thares at owned by himself and iu this manner sell WbeclockJ assures the merits is t-> try (the article. Any or.icticin Notice. day of NovemUer. A. U. 1 *9, between the legal tispooln. Mobile and New Ortran 7:15 a. m,

his limber in 1'ie shape of lumber as well us that said eentletnan is a bachelor: pliyMfinu who desires the furmu'aof David hours of *Ue. at pt>bic: auctio i. thr f-'tIoin? and 7.00( r>. m. trains connt through (0 Thots.3svjlt. *
110 share 40 \\riIERn\S; L. lvtrez.admtnktraror of
per per cecl. of which mut lbt I md.f the estate of said decedent: The NEXofXWV M.'nt.gomneryNasiivflle. St. Louis, Clacirnuti. -
> as t't sell his land to settlers both ol Frank Wheelock was selected as one of O.ilyhaya Toa'c tn-iy lt'-i-i it from tinWestmoieluid T the e tate ol M. F. Brown late or Bradford of Settion 30. Tp 7 S Ranse K K. con- .Cbi -ajoand; all paints North z.d Wert

paid up in four months, the balance to which schemes have far better than the judges at the baby: show at the Atlanta Calisiya Tonic ?i) County office Site of Fonda. '!tceas.'ii. ban filed inmy talniiiK forty acres more or Ic. Said Inn-Is oH .Arnvi*at S 4>p 3 45 p iu.
paid Since Greenville. 8 C. This a snggc tion of the solv-ney of M id to debu. Term va.b purchn .-r pnyinc for
; U fair then the grea' question of letter is from a pay .145 pm Mail and Express or allpoirtsSovtaGttnesv'i'.Jf.
suljcct to a call of the directors he bid This i is estate thc'earethprefoi-e to I'otify all p'rons title*. I B RHOD.VS. .
by acHe hoped. one of the snw the day is what does Flank Whecl.ick malarial section. hilling claims adauui..t and estate to tiki the ()caa. Leesturg. Tavare Apopta.Or'nndo.
2."th.: ISB.
of the mills iu Florid. know about babies West same in my office d.dv authenticated hept. : PainAKoffkee-t C.Uhariiie). Dade City.
stockholders. No stockholder thai runs on full time ? On >ein<: interviewed Pont Miss. on or by .
VI nt C-tr. Arriveat 1 S'i
the Second d iv of January A. I). ]S H>. which p m.V'0
4r i. lo be liable for more than the bwing work crowding at all seasons. A on this quesMnn. he sa\s; thai babies Havinsr shown me the formula for in-ik da." there will be made a prnhnt distrihution on oft SHCRIFF'S SALE. P*" T.'caI. c.nutPiPa tlrcuish for all piilnMKeith.
value of bands are ymngcr and moie tender at birth than ing your Tonic while vis-iiini t i ; your city lie<\ sets of said estute aaiont; the creditors of Under and by virtue o'an execution ia iied nut CVr-il-t. OainesT'Dn eitbune. Tvar's.trIIflulo. .
e' bis slock. The 40 per c mt. pajj m great many ate constantly employed. ever after. 1 hat they are red in the face the past siimnu-r. I take great pIcaMiie: in the .ui.e. of the Justice Court of the Btli Justice 0 HI riot ot I Tarnon SprijijtS Southerl nd, si.Fe-
up and re-quire fi unnels. Tlmt when well recommending it. f am d lighted with Witne-.s tuy UanJ and seal tl>i M : u. 11 43 a in Cumberlind Ri>ute Fjcpre .connee**
purchase a plant fcufflcienl to D 1-W. \\u. F. MALFUCRS. Oct'-ber. A.. D a ce.ttin c- ue therein.vrherein .
put up 10,000 Climax l h Inkl out with broad avenues raised they are the hope stay and living having given it it f. y piactici- successfully [KALl County Judjje. the partiiersh-p! firm of Wynn Jol.iison at Fersiandiiitt with stranier i'itv Brunswick

: cans pir day and get U in running order running at light argles. allowing plenty IreitMire of the nati n. and lhal he knows aol to meiiibers'of my own J.uuilv; 47-Gnio & Co i>y the member thereoj. is plaintiff ant daily., for Brunswick Macoit. Atlanta, ChattaMo. -
; they hare colic, sore mouth, sour stomarh suffering from ml.irial texre a i. Simon .Temple defendant,I have l I. vied lulmoui' >ca. Loui* i4c. (Ciu.ui.iiti. St. Louis aaaChKairo.
then if oecfuary, thC ilockioldcn can of room in the blocks for orange growing andii..lera inC.iutum. Thai V'elY liiilv. Notice of Election.Vherw And "ill sell at pi|!>hc uucliuu, to live; huhost and Arrit, 1 SO p m
they 4.0)>ni r ernanditia Mail and ExprewdaHT.rc
bet>t biilrtt r, orca ;h.ln fro t rtf the Court llou c )
kvy aui'thcr ussessmeni far or truck farming. Mr. W. C. Ladd. wh kick Ei-ralch. pull whiskers, ear 'iapcr. B. "DL-NC\.N. M. D tr-A Bonn of Public Instruction for drMir in Starke. of said County on the fin running expftucs is declaied to br mayor, councilman ard cat teeth and chafe under the arms. That LIPPMAX BROS.. \\ hoVsileLiltrrary : .iCta, the declare Count} of Brulfonl, State of Florida, haft* of November.A. 1>. JSS'J.the sanie beinsr the with kteaiiif St. Nicholas for hMVnnah and way
until ii pial school iuu- steamers for
fourth day of aaid month the follow ry
will be ing-described
money c.imjng Jn.A"wu ( they c'y and cry until undressed( bv utVttfltiadi. ; County following '
city mnrfcbal as well as manager of the an ia. territory' to-\vit: All of property. 'iuattt in Slid County antI btate. to- New Yo--k. Arrives K 5O m. Sunday train
ts there is i priflt il will! be excited mother to see that they are not Kute. St-ctio 8E.'fS.c.29N3 o Sec. 33: AV# of wit; TLr norihwe-l quarit-rof t'te' noithetvtTinrtr. I.
saw-mill. bu a l l'srge garden plol. Mr. ling pricked l-y a stray pin. Thai they S.-tIuu It. .uid tli" U'X ofwe 2" alt in Town- the aooU'eiv-t quarter of the northwest 'nis n'-w servirt gives prfwt coanactiofi at
Some lime ago the ) -' Fr-e Press sliipO, S K.tiir S E. in sat I fo.itily: Tlifrrfuio TnK\i| V.'ratI uoluita and Weft.
la UN) stock nrh. Knftt
uatil nil A, H. Blauch&rd hm fine kisset' iutirt raiid tbeni.rthe&s' quarter o the soutliVfc -
u paid up. Tui a stand of stiawbrrrica are usually pelted, humored until
it fs onli-n- that
I iffi-re 3 000 lu prices fr llio l h.esi M-ria1 an Election will he h.4itnd t and Wrat.
subscription Is open and it U bopt-d thai u can IK- found in the whole stair they tule Ihe house. Thnt the lung power stories wnt j in l Hn via i-onnectinz. steamer City
ami ent to break rgy up a camp meeting. of hundred nil) >tock will be taken without dehy. aud j Olju r neighbors are thickly settled ab ul, That they cry la church disturb the congregation this competition( lOts Iireu Ihtt M,.j'r D\VOFNOVKMaKR.-A. I). 1'gJ. for the pur- paying for titles. Property pointed out and -ill poii.ts North and \\tr>t.
c cb owning Lis home Joseph Kirkluiul. of (Chieno. Ill JMM ; pr>s-of tlocid'n whether time tJiUl suh- :l>\ the plaintiff. I>ilb' Special to connect at Fernandina for
.skpu taken at cncc to tbuut I ; although U may Hii-1 have to be carried out. taken Ihe first ire of $l. 00.' His -. *U l>f sp" 'inll* tnxett'j raise funds ivrr ou'l HKXKI V.. Eprcasoic. Bo-tiuiviiRninsvrick. la. Lr Jack i>vttJ'
bnng pi
Uu > ktor
br ru.le jet il is his own castle. >!iey delight when dressed clean to | > above tie State an I County lax 'o incn-a-e th.- October UK 18&3 Sheriff.! t'O. l.eav Fernandiua 11 a.m. Arrive Fera-
trpIy fell etcessity of a in the dirt and do is entitled. "The Captain; of Comnn-.v school pilvilrRe-suiKl o.lrtunuuks| i i Rii'l suliI'Htriet. audi*:2&. Ariive J*ck..onvdle ItiS noon.
A canning lattery.SoO 1 I'pon the whole Cliumx is well Horib\ crrcp miny unnccoiiut- K." 4Mr.. Kiikhud is tin- author of 2'irv.' unit ulv> for ti.e purp. e o; ,lecti-gr NOTICE. A. O. MacDonntll,

chares are already taken. A hl will I of M v'.hii and its hospitable citizens will tie! things until patience erases to U n the Menr.ebt Man in spring County." nin i threr StUoi>l Tmsees In un't or -udJ sub distrI-I; 0, Maxwell, o.p. A.T.A.
virtue and they have to be spunked yet The at which Elvetion only T< x payers on real otr All persons indebted tj the estate of Sarnh t lake pleasure iii he thai SlcVeys" and other stories. Die -rial property wUhlu iaid sub district wl! be Pond tlevruaa'. wQt come forward and m.tVeimmediale
; be putiUshed nezl week of lilt nsir.ei ol I great showing a stranger says a nice clean, frtsh baby N. S. Pennington,
; with seccnu prize goes to Onuha. Neb., an i? ontitkdtu S"" 'ott>. s't8tntn:. a d all penton hol.tingclaioui i Trafnc .Manager.
; the st'tkhoiiliTS en fur. In the { ttrx'Ut ijje pine Wo predict a bright Lughiugeyes ant rosy cheeks timid taken tiy Mrs. Eiizi W. Pi-attic. Her j The Board of Public Inntructloa Mtfainat said estate will prua.-ut them duly
.- rneun ftMire for thiS thririnf villaie and hp dimpled chin is oi.e of the sweetest things story is entitled. for the County of Bradford. authentic.itiid wltlil'i li-c Limo requin. l by law, Many Penon
llnu- cull el this ctUc i on earth anti he would giVe bi rheJndgr. third SUhr of F1.ri.Ia.Attes I or IbM notice will be plead in bar uf their recovery -
dyut your nme' it nil! cniiUMjc I't ra id course of devel- \\.. nnd a section of land in TexniI a j.termelou prize of $500 was awarded lo El bridge S. :: 1>. L. ALTARBJ. VAHDIC I.. t zioax. Are broken down from overwork cr noottnola
6C f'-rr a few itrM. Jlroukf. of Boston Mass. Thf title of hIs i i. L. HILL. Cnalraan. j Admini.uat..r. e-e 1 Brown's Iron Bitters
be fattier of
wnril i'
fj'HtfTit rerk
vast iirr.ertiohs. juflat one liil-l.! I
i t.'cretary. Rpaemtr 15. SX'
i. TU A. l of 1ikli&t. honda O-f. 7.h. !* rebuild the system aid dir! tlon.removal
*m w of bIle. ant cnrw nuUrla. CM lbs$sS'l.naar4s *.



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I. { TELEGllfiPH I Come and see me, lames Trim- Mr. K A. O. M uncle**, traveling : Look' at the:: baiLa- we are offering 5& 'ils 'r O.d Ar..Uy.. I .vPFwu a ::

i : lined! and) hats. I agent for the Times-Union, was in I for a
ii iI I OYA !l--. _- .I J. G. Alvarez.: the city Monday) and paid this office' I A ventlvmun'tf $3 hand-sewed show tel 1ir.n.j189): : } "
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I i I Starke, .' z-rr Col. J. R. Martin 5:* sick this .1 pleasant call.11'. Mundee reports fur'a JS.50 I' : .

II I I L__.... ,. ____. _._ week. business lively at the T. U.'s office. $4.00 u 3.00 : f/ : i : .
I I '
1 R I I Local affairs. I h'uu have Quite a crowd of small boys' and $3.50' 2.7;. 1 "' .: i,.,'''II 'SUOI'\I *
sell ad
: i colored people gathered) :at train This i is a 1'0111tide offer.Truby j I : 'Cit

!I I F, For City, Marshal. vertise. It pays big. Saturday evening to bid: farewell to''I Sternburg & Co. I :;. j=:0"Ml. I -
The friends rf Mr. I). L. Alvarez tnkr Milch cows and servant girls are I'|Henry VV right who left Fur a three thai .:: '- ...;;n.=. tr \ iltqi

!O'POWDER pleasure in presenting him to the cilizeiu in great demand in the city. years' term in the penitentiary.Mr. I Clothinghertper ever at I ",:: co : i'
of btnrke for City Martial l. nul earnestly I J. (J. Alvarez.Our O(

solicit their support. Rev. Waml-oldt preached at the II. Walker, dry goods clerk ; stock of I "N.St.OO., -. ,_ jO JvJ 4q potq no ..' '' uuz
groceries .
H always .
FRI ENDi3. Baptist church last Sabbath. with Truby, Sternburg& CIJmpau"g compMv. Trulhrnburv. & Co. .:; caa =._ ar.-=g tor 'pnI qpAai 'iid 'Jnog ."-tt"I'IO' 2o:)

Sewing machine, cleaned and re Mr. R. 1J. West has been appoint mammoth More, hr.s moved his family e :. r t

J. ed from Jacksonville to Starke. and Apple] rahhrg, JrMi potatoesand .
paired. Apply) to B. Davis, at postmaster at Tlmrston. I : .
onions, boneless ham O "- ocekei'
located in the Looney house and mackerel ,
of R. M. Alvarez. .j :" 6S
store t' t
Arrived Mr. Ellery Davis will return next thus Starke adds to her population cad fish, dried apple, o'dnwlais'rup I. ";""_onz.ilf:" ." t -a3id! la. iv $a0

week from New' York slate. Heibeigc-r & Richard's. .
another car load of the popular Supposthat Starke before next ., xij pm Iq aw9nqiflpocflfpnv -_ -
Let everybody take hold with a The new Metholtet! i is ". ,. ittqISA si.d ,
'SWEET HOME FLOUR. (summer will have a cannery, a rice parsonage It Iq1 joitttaoa pay vaftJsft
Absolutely Pure. will and help boom our city. to be a credit 'o the towu. It is t -'no.
This flour linn given pet feet satisfac. ,mill, an ice factory and" bank? tj PDiOIpotulC

powder never carleL A manf'1 of purity tion and the sales of it ha\ e exceeded The Fruit Growers' Associationare That wonld mean a boom. Andyet : be similar to the Newingham residence "'i. "!-Ifr -

aD.1 whott'liOmend"s More econoIUiCI be our greatest expectations. Trya talking of an ice factory. for it may happen so Work for it.Who on Call street. -:. !. t!. S -
Idlldll &ud
1IO1t. 1. -
"ordiuary with the cadnott low ld barrel. Ileiberger & Richard. I Starke. TheteAill toe -,'n ire at !I the Presbyterian I : i'O.t c .
t,alum or phntl'hate poW'der8.CSl struck Billy Patterson, we (t .i \ l-. :
G fine stock of church
A candies and crackers paeh -
Sunday I 1I4Il.clan
ROTAI3AtDG nmning ' "
caDI' Mrs F. B. Jones is painting her cannot tell but we cannot tell but r -IIII .l.c .
: t. New York. at Walter Wills. in ; ; and evening ht'J't&Ctl'I'11 aninvited. I : 'S:2 : )01' 121| wow jo IIl.It,. InUOVP'Upanq
dWt'lhug"III'h a great improvement. we can positively assure you that if o. -f fi
Powell M. D. We have a few lookout stoves Ganter's 1 ., ug pn PU'IInc". ttQl hIli
chicken cholera
magic cure ti d-7 -
which we will offer cheap. fails will Cotton is bringing : .=. s -: : .
bt refunded a higher price _
SUROEOX Our merchants arc paying a higher your money ."""
ICIAN AND Trnby Sternburg & Co. for cotton than in the byRivers & Joiner. in this rnnrket than for years and i;. ; .-iS 'I: ::
STARKE, FLORIDA. The celebrated Capitol and Ken stat,. any higher j than nl any other point in the L. 0 : : f
A ;
shooting affray occurred at .
tucky Jewel stoves aro sold exclusively -J.c .
Co. Both city schools are largely attended Buddington's camps on the Green state.Mr. ,; : aonoq '30.l ,t poul;
G. ALVAREZ by Truby Sternburg 41 .. wimp "11.10.l1aJd .\ pa*
Kleinschmidt i i. .
Cove and Melrose railroad the } painting and
A fine stock of with blight and happy children. on aj; Iftltl 11 nl.rJtA sqi
auq I
cabbage, apples calcimiuing the interior Had Con-plrnllcr Barrios nor m'ur the ,
14th, in which three vertkilled of the Com
IN onion* etc. received assessment; of rulroad and ,,w .
potatoes, jiit and several wourded all mercial hotel. This is really a first- triegrnpb properly '.
at Walter Wills.A A 'crh11t frost noticed I nog- $22, 84. the increase in lime *SS IHinent ._ 4'
was at class hote; and its
( always r
AN"D proprietor woild Ktve ijteii :|4:.4S1 I over lastyear's ,
full line of ladies' dress and a few places around here Tuesday roes.Mr. is up to the times.The P nse *:Hiiii:, which bl\\'s up well

COTTON BUYER. fancy goods_at H. M. Alvares.We morning. tRice J. W. Polling, from Nebraska for our preseii; lax ftleps.r. pooJ; stdw ttt 19J picd111111U01
Neb. friend of Mr. house knon the Batch ,
City, a O. C. as -
S positively assert that we have Col. Peek's drained house qn 'lo.t. furPublished uti no.cUlltt iaJnJg Jao1 ...
on but Worklnacla.n.
grown Grimes, is visiting in the now owned by Mr. Talia- I
BOARD OR ROOMS. I a larger block of goods than any I land is as tall as an ordinary Mr. Polling is much pleased county.with ferro, burned to the ground; Thitrs- ( by request.) '3AA paw qlhd[ xii, "t1UqqJ II' ..
two business houses in the I 1.Vlm1t have the "wp ,ay; "
A few Boarders on county.Truby sized : saloonkjHrs done UJOAllTPdcVIjiUz1
man. afternoon.
Starke day A
and become
expects to a' settler great many orange !
to iLe
Sternburg fc; Co. improve .loudition ufI.c! "urkincIses
.$ terms, or will let Rooms, The wet or dry election for Bradford among us. trees were destroyed. Mi. R. :

furniaLed or unfurnished. For corned beef in bulk' extra comes off on the 15th of B.,'V f'st WitS living there at the time. 2. Har: \'U more ci'trffrtihle Lorn* C
fine mackerel and genuine cream county If we get a boom, sell one-half
on or address November. Particulars. yet learned. through ilippurtiujf the drink.tclcra!
MRS. F. H. JONES, cheese go to R. M. Alvarez. of your land as cheap as possible in .H IIk yot f vrer juiiert and magistrates tfo;jmtofn; pa* *|tq aj; is.ii 1 lJ.i1&sqi

STARKE FLA. Remember that-\ kovski'i is the Work has been commenced at the order to advance the boom, and keep Item from the 'avha.k CountyRearguard llii">iigli sir porting the i.tu->ukctprrs JO Itteacn l alUnt! 10 'Oil II

only dry goods and millinery house 11. E. paisonageat the foot of Jefferson the other half to get rich on when : : "Yetierday morting, I 4. ?
while YC'lLr luxes: : ha hecauie the .
Sale. the bourn becomes It is we were listening to the I'an.grmder's -
For in the town, making this line a spec street. permanent. ilriiik- flk-r nrt- kept busy! I I ---4--
time enough to turn lend speculator music down by the 5. la
e, ialty. A has been in Alvarez cheaper because nearly I
new engine put when land becomes worth some store, some fiend whose name would forty millions bushels, of grain > 10 the
Orange Grove, :30 Lots for ale cheapCentrally & hcuse to # I, 'p"n In JO 3OI
City : Knight's gin help thing. disgrace a black-list!: in Hades! entered maltster? 1 I *
and PEACH TREKS. GOOD located. Apply to N. J. rush on the work. our sanctum and stole our watch.It 0. Is trnde imlH'"vrd bt-caii money If I po[ oil j3a M spoo2 jo "3 otl aJ1aa Ira

KTBIWURHKY LAND. Jones, Starke, Fla.We Little Gussie Long has charge of spent at Bit-Josm*' instead of in cbihcs. food I isqi pIJ 3-jj 01 pat si ooiin n* I'FMdg
was a secondhand
U. I) iHNEIl. Mr. l.i1 1y preached a very Waterbury, bought und! f it y ?
: of and drives the biucesi hos>e in town. urn re -JILL ljqj 00'001. IUt 1*
have now a supply of IJermuda for dollar .but it did jo lJ.wolln
) a the
FLORIDA. interesting sermon in tlie: ChritilUn us 7. Are (he arllcles m.lJ1ut.t'fllrt'ci bvIrewersnu.l Atn
STARKB. Putting the \bridle on that tall hors 01 JatAWt! j
qioatr Jtutujtsoaisnq
onion eedV sj. qotqji J
( "purchase church Sunday night. same service as :i silver watch coding dSsiiIlr-r.! Worth ihe tu-niey
For Sale. these seed direct from the Hermudaislands. i a matter of no little difficllltfur I: twice as much. We are that in piM( for'Uieni? i I i 11J.aaJ V UIWUI"[ ptaq 01*\

: Full supply of I :lti t'" garden TaJ! up the interest of the county Gussic i but the feat is generally ac I sorry for the lov.s of our little watch very t. If IldnkeJ"r! had to keep all the
Ne\\-iiaii Straw-
) Seedling and {Jn.. Discourage no good complished l the boy jumping pHiipers. lunatics ;tnd cpininitUthey mat.! .
sale. seeds on hand. These seeds are ) upnnd for ever since :Mike Skinner struckus how -
Plants for Strong I m.tnv; ilum wouM be nble to
} hold of
the animal's
scheme .
will he ready about the iit ttl- fresh grown this ycar.Itcihcrgl"1'. ; sneer at none.W. in tIme face with the guano: bag, out of Uuitrtijx: ? S

: July. Apply to I &Uich rIL 1... Newingham and family : mane. by which its head i is lowered we have not been able to look at s uu 9. litliohfnllhwf the drinker i or intoxicants i .IJ lull.n. lui Iq pitd! pita spou3 -
a fef lt. Gussie is a smart littleboy i tier Ihan Hut uf .jo 1.v: 'ql 01 ppp UI IItq 51 '-
G.V.. JeiinitiRSLAWTKT. We have about. 100 different stylosof will return next week from their to tell the time. If our subscribers p'cople' whodun't US mu
FI.OKIDA. overtihirts which northern and everybody's favorite. sympathise with us iu l los drink? tinorl oa VdnMo j aojs 3qi 11&.' 1 "
we are offeringvery long sojourn. our we 10.r.. the. neighborhoods orderly .
F. Morgan, STAKKE.; FI.A. I I & Co Liberal advertising besides heralding hope that those who in
Truby Sternburg are
low. arrears l aud proNjien'ius where sali-oni ars the I
Major J. L. Hill!), of Lake Butler ,
l --
We have accepted the agency for in the in the interest ; out that you are still in business will pay up, so we can buy another most numerousT ,
was city Monday -
5tfFOR'SALE. Williams & Clark's high grade fer and what you have for sale, time-k i (".'per." II.S'.i ld :''iur sons nnd daughters be
of school
tilizers. These matters.'011 in nnothr also.It improve' i|they were trained tip; behind 'n2q* ItU oqaa U.W I'llDIJJJ AP1.ip
goodn :are not an experiment way barsf
Cut to Piece saloon
City Jlf St.irk"e. Bradford County Rt'Shey \\'aJltol'real'1lt'd( two gives the impression; j that -1 tpooJ jfui iqZuoq .lnJuI 'J&lftlatJhllar
but used
arc extensively at you News his just reached Sttrk ns we go Don't sai-on-kcepera generally vote for
: Mandarin, the pioneer strawberry very interesting sermons at the M. must make m'Jneto he able to pay to press that Den Bug<*. one of Stltrk 's 'tliose! cant '\ts who promise to protect aql pnatu nue aoMJo\''' PUSh. ,'..

] (ORANGE) ( GROVE, section of the stair. Strawberry K. church last Sunday. for the advertising; ; in order to make hoys located! at Callahan their trad*' regardless of every other appm! ,(ao JIlt Ull t J ww'U
ns night
( TREES.GU.PI'"IXE: :i number, PLUM of PEACH and growers will tind it advantageous: tn Rev. D. G. Turner has recovered money you are thought to have was literally cut to pieces last 14. if o- ; law authorize bishop; and .

TREES mid ottn-r Trails; a good use them.: lIt i her {r &; Ricliaitl from his recent sick spell. Jle is I many customers, and these customers night hy some drunken person who came clergy to pi.ach the sanctity: of the ub- ---

nnd ilu-r:( )nil Icli! n/!. nil I I in good' Latest style hats at abl'j, to be about again. trade with you, of course, because into his office. A special train was sent bath is it right that another Uw should
; The is v.H I cultivated; the Truby. fcternburg & Co. you give them bargains. authorize maltstfrs. and drink-sellers to 'Jtu 1ltM atadal ala lipU! no
lately tc' to strawl-crries. On Mr. and Mrs. Lynk, of Lwtey, here early this morning and conveyed violate the Sabbath? i spool .1011 111'11 aenoq.x '

of oUi'-T liiisiness will sell thisFor TO OUR PATRONS: were in the cit. Friday, admiringthe Farmer B/'Own-"I say, Jenkins, Col. Hugg. his father, and the doctor to 15. If church: were composed of 4.aLII[ .tn_ sliji fo

paiiirulars address Lock We will py as much for produce beauties of Starke. why are you laughing so heartily?" the scene. It is hoped that the cutting ; nothing but.D1iiIMers. brewers distillers. .

and cell goods cheaper than any .Tl'nkin.-h\Vhy, I have been to may not be serious as reported.Hbhland saloon-keepers and their assistants whit

Starlets Florida. house in the county.Truby The cannery i is progres: in-r I ni'lty.20n lown, paid my subscription one yearn influence of the would it exert on the runken.
Notes.Mr. uess country?
Sternburg &; Co. shares were taken the lirstUay advance for the TELEGRAPH, and 1 } '
d''H i .f the lit Wilson an cvangeli from Diule, Low Express Bate. t. {
I j re- J %; For hou'si1 furnishing good go to'I'ruhv subscription >t was out. the editor felt so good he has givenme City preached here Sunday morning and Appreciating the need of the in tIVllOa1'

with Stern burg & Co. One by on the tourists r'turnn,1 one year's subscription free to evening. also Monday evening. His ser- the matter of ,low transportation public rates ou :

1 r uo.*. For fine clothing to soon all our citizens will be }home that great farm paper published at mons were of the very hest and such seed Florida product the Southern j!Expresscompany
go Fort Ind. called the American sown should result in much spiritual' ,
and with them. Wayne, has just issued a mnstjcomprr-!
(1 Truhy.5tt'rnlJ11rg &! Co. many strangers Farmer." good. He will IK warmly welcomed if be hensiveand l-onveniently 'l. 1pa
C LOTH ING! CIiiTTIING! Strawberry should he permitted to return to us ag-iin. pamphlet .
plants are looking Farmer Bl"Own-ClI that so? I presenting; its specially 'reduced
Gentlemen We have the The fine weather is making everybody rales ? fruits i.- ,
eatd. now very well all about the city. Slime reckon he would do the same by me. through 01 aDd vegetables.
look cheerful and AXIIOIIOV
'FJEl'll i I will in and subscribe.
IUld nervicealile mnniier.WM. Starke. Call and! examine our go to-day Our strawberry acreage is about three they will be found not only remarkably

Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. are now A Florida informs times as much as last season. Mr May- low for all mil fast exprexi, through to
tock before you hu)'. large house the agricultural paper hew and Mr. Hastings/ who spent the destination. hit they must of necessity .q1o;
\ M. DEHART eroding stoic on r
Truby Sternburg & Co. ite of the tire. its readers that cotton cloth summer north arc a little behind some of stimulate trade and shipments i 5i small rl i'.,2 .f.Inct( qsw joj lao[ inq Jnoit
one destroyed by for hot-bed be made the others in lots. Heretofore thousands c.
SPRUCE ST.. :,: STARKE. Cabbage, apple, potatoes; onion", I covers can wa- getting their patches completed of tourists
etc dirt cheap Walter Wills.For The American cotton gins areproving terproof by brushing over it some ; yet with their characteristic ener- and home people as well. have ben kept -
most approved styles of PLATE -
melted lead The "intelligenlV gy they we not behind when the crop from sending prpscnts of fruit io their -
including PURt: PAKA Gcst." I } a grand success. They average occasionally. (
; good dry goods, for stylish comes in. friends in dufanf slates simply hecau I
and *1c d PLATKH wended house mistress
T boarding
three bales each
for the full xalue apiece day. the express rates appcitr high in dnrnpsriwm -
of Mr. '
goods Chambers of .
]and smooili a. when irnt made your had her biscuits Macrlenny, purchased tuu 'ti jo JSJSSHI '
with thb
probably too the
got price of fruit.
This has
1 i money, go to \Vi onki. Miss Sophia McCormick is locatedat of Mr. Knox 15 acres. part of beer. .tit t Kia'" I .Jlid! MOl| t* srxmj vnpawl'|
Extracted without Pain or heavy that morning by putting too which be is intending to fit for berries the disappointing to the pubic. has
D an g e r. : :lOU POUNDS .. G. Alvarez' store. She ban the much grease in the dough, and the naxt season. I lessened the retail trade and has of course Jlt'J at jnuia .(a* sj "qt Jt 'jfoaotajo

CASH. I fine candy from 20 cent to $1 1 per charge: of his millinery department. typo could see no difference between Our enterprising young townsman G- resulted a loss of business tothe/I! express t.1.aqs ; spool iwq.eqs tM[ tqi s noq

pound justreceivcd hy Waiter: Wills At this writing both a cannery lead and lard. P. hippie is planting ten acres of her-, The new rate* are named from Jill Flo- JIn tLMJo Oq ,. .It"

ORANGE COLLEGEIi Important to fanners.We s re and a rice mill in Starke are likelyto riec for Mtjor Russell, of OIustee. George ri P9jnu to *>!i rnc; buut'cd! vflb \15.1bU1 59] lRJUJ oisoqsspus '
The reversed of Mr. N. J will '
1 located at i now ready to gin your cotton. I put in an appearance an. early; J position success of jtjj nyjuc cnn. principal cities and towns& in all th? state*1 'qsJl tosi spool 1&IU..a 8' I"P I

STAUKK.! FLORIDA. 'Trilby, St.ernb.urg t .c5 Co. .1 ft?. Jones' add this week represents the Miss Hale. Trom New York who madea in the Union even: including C"Hf .inis, ,
i revolution in his mammoth dry purchase from Mr. Kuox lust spring is which might be considered a sort c? "coal .
, crtne montba sricnt on Sept. 2il. '189.I are invited sec the expected here soon. to Newcastle" rite The .
with Dr. Gaskinn informs us that he goods business, since he bought a : basis of $nmputation

: MUSIC\. MATHEMATICAL Fewkes and Gaskins American gin has: not been able to supply the demand 1 column in the TELEGRAPH. his H P. Whipple made Highland a short is cUe buqdhtd pounds. Tskw for
AD \CTICAL COURSE OF in operation at our gin bouse. visit last week. He has just completedand example Portland'Me. The rat*tin one .4 MOtIJiJ
for the American this mammoth stock has been reduced ;
: INSTRUCTION. Truhy, Slernburg & ('o.Wilkovski gin is having; patented. a valuable implement hundred pounds'from either Gainesville! '13u| POOl I ,.J 01 aiqtssod! II] ij MOql
: Pita Moxrn:-Vriraary. $1 5X Int rme- 50 per cent., and Mr. Jones is of the for the field. ,Jacksonville! is $4.40. A half box of
.). Higher. JS I). InKtrumenUl Mufcio,1! i is now opening the year.A strawberry 'aJJd'If! -s.3id| paitonj Jt iqqnq'ipooqqi
opinion that if he continues his add rut ges weihin; of ,
Instrument $t.OO The artesian well down
: ran JICRM most elegant stock of dress goods, four-line local lat wc(k'a is now to the therefore be 8tnj to Portland for Jl.Tft Jaijsanq ;o A"M 1'1' nj Jajop( all J
setting forth facts as he does, he will depth of n ar 300 feet but no water
Months to County 1'upiK Begins Oct. trimmings, notion, Jersey*, walking the means of Mr. John necurmg his have togo to New York again be- May-be they will strike oil: time will yet.tell. a reduction of over 50 per cent. fn m the IIltM U., Irno.cot ua semi; iii' 1art
Texas It well to adver former rates. To sltimore. for another
at 3.00 week. jackets; and millinery ever shown pony. pays
per IJ. C.
Cook. for
fore the mill
yill Uke as pay for Kcbool ex- tise. season thoroughly opens, to manager our firm instance is t2.75 from the same point,
rra Produce and Stock and will give here replenish his stock. Success to our 13 north on business trip. thus making the express chatges $U10 on -

D"partmt'r.t. MUu ELLEN D4V'II. J. G. AI varez. Lake Butler" has born taken in will be prepared with a much larger stocK :large lots the rates are still lower. These -
iBjthe j Intermediate Depirttu*fit. Mrs. tip The banana i Is a magnificent plant than ever before for the winter' business. schedules will be fiirnisned to every:a-jent .at'I RO.A30VW
; ,teacher in the Primary ft"&rt. New buckwheat, Graham and rye the county. Colt is freshly branded and should be found in His stock is especially fine, in the state and will also be placed !lu the
;n Music. All U>& !' are undu&te every yard.
flonr at Truby Slcrahurg & Co. .1 J W". Immigrants and tourists cominghere X. nands of all fruit dealers and shippers so

i EJNTIO I Remember you can buy tht best Drained muck is the land that a customer cnn be told txaclly.what;
expect to plenty of tropical The Fall. it will cost to send hill fruit without inquiry : 1llUO S3Hn I
and cheese G.
butter J. Alvarez.
Growers at suits rice best Keep a good supply plants and trees and their absence Now cooler winds begin to blow. at the express office. The convenience -

wberry Furniture-Furniture! i -Furniture i of spades (in hand, merchants! The may give strangers the impression The solar fires leo fiercely glow. will be appreciated at once.-.?T.-U.
1 The Celebrated .t J. G. Alvarez. ditcher cometh. that our climate is too cold for t.uch The The paper heated collar term is wilt nearly no more.o'er. The Inr.'Id'. Hope. : -

OOX&aIEES Another car load CfJ(1tiI flour A rice mill is now assured to our vegetation. A merchant displays Many seemiujrly! ill i-able caws of bloojl poison !-
just received atTruhivSternhiirg his wares in the most temptirg The girl puts up her bathing suit. .catarrh sci oful.-i! isVid rh.umatlzn haY>bean
town. Farmers, keep rice a Their hats of htraw the wealthy hoot.
Farmers Special Guano & Co little and your his ingenuity can sujjgest, to tempt cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm),(made
then have it cleaned
longer The tot mean laughs aloud with glee by the Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. WAte to
only genuine and reliable The most iiactvciock of dry on the Starke mill. customers; our stock in trade is land No more like melted lard Is he. them for book filled with convincing;proof; seOOB-lllU

.\W l'URY FERTILIZER goods at J. G. Alvarez. The and a warm climate, and we must The yachts are fast at wharves ard docks, G.W.: B.Riider,livj ui;soven miles frorti Athens -

market. ,The best assortment of trunks and sweet potato crop being have as samples such things as will Were near the autumnal equinox. Oa., writes: ''Fr- several years Isi fend

iiUcl.J ir ct from the Factory valises J. G. Alvarez. somewhat short this year, it is to be catch time prospector's eye. And people who regard their health with running ulcers, "hich doctors treated and
hoped that hard: frost will keep pronounced incurable. A single! bottle o;B.B.
their wealth
fl c'oihing spend
snupplifiil byTHJJBY. Just
opened todaA completeand The Starke Lilerny and Athletic B.did .
as long as possible. me more Rood tan ail the doctor. I
STKIlXnURO A CO., attractive stock of millinery, to away Club met at Mrs. L-. Witkovski's on And every merchant who i id wise kept on using it and cvevy ulcer healed. JSEIi ,

: frtJjtht\ FLA.".hled, ,at manufacturers winch we invite the attention of all Miss Jessie Jones returned home last Monday evening and held) quitean Doth hump himself aud advertise-Boston Courier. D. C. Kinard & Sor,. Towaliga Ga.. writes. : S ,- .

VILCOX & HUmS Gnano Co.' the ladles. J. G. Alvarez. last week from an extended visit to interesting meeting. After business "We induced a neighbor to try B. B. B.fpr catarrh .

I US Buy Street, Savniiuali Ga. Just received ami South Florida. Her many friendsare a few hours were devoted to Gainesville; Sun: The reporter of the ,which he thougll Incurable al it h.d rtsiated -
I _< constantly receiving Sun had the pleasure of meeting Mr. W. all treatment. It delighted him.anI] con-
\ & JOINER a fine assortment of fresh glad to welcome her return. social amusement, consisting of music o[ Tison who in conjunction with E. C. tin ui g ill use be was cUted sound and w.M."

I .DEALIHS groceries at R. M. Alvarez. Mrs. K. Sternbnrg, from Chataujua singing, recitation, etc. And at Pour.d. of this city recently purchasedwhat R. M. Lawsou.East If'olnt.; O*..writes: "My aflv'LLaHISCVa'I 9

IX- Job lot of Hosiery at ( X. Y., arrived in the city lastweek. a late hour the meeting adjourned, is known ns the Hixford orange wife had IICr.''u1" 13 ye rs J She kept grCwiag
: S the their homeward crove situated on the nmthcHSt shore nf worse She lost her hair and her skin brok out
She will the winter young people on
I I Truhy, Sternburg and Co. spend Lake Fe. between fin .
I ?ant nidxriy te fearfully. Debility emoi-iation and no p *litfollowed.
t. hats, SHOES arc always sold cheap at with her son, :. S. J. Sternburg, walk rejoicing in the fact that such Southern and F. <*. & P. railr.-Hdn. The AfU-r p'1rtil"iAn. an.l numen.ifr *4- ii
and family. a good thing as this club existed. prove exlpitil \lo the water's edge where verti-sed in,<1iniiirs! f/ii M. I tried B. B. If..*aDd i '
t C1othrig Truby Sternburg & Co. her recovery: w!8 rap..1 And complete."
I The club is invited to meet at the boat( !land uiihout; difficulty, nll.11I1I'I I li1vrp.or. !Tt'imor Mil wntm: "1 >uff -
-and- We defy any business house to The social season is open ann the home of Mr. and Mrs. F razee to- 18 i.nto CII lit r 01 tlir: J:\! ) '." 111. 1.1'1 -'r.-il from '-aI k bvk a'\1 rheun..LI. FB.. I ., i

Goods. show a better stock of goods and .iravitM-s: ; of th' season commenced. night. made: i in a fe v minutes' iI.1Thi.. is I B. i.isprTin." t. tw the r-t-lf! in,>(1i'-iC9 Ihit .gaveuierelist. : ,- \
Furnishing reftden.-c one nt I the'; ell Fi i rUk : S of prop-j '-, I
offer them at as low prices as we do. A card Iart\t the o! Col.F prrc ---- ---
& Co.GFNTLEMEN is the At the last meeting of our Fruit eily in \I ,<\: l'tllIl\l''. t ll.: .- !<>i i! I.cingvery I :\fr!. EI.l-iI: igt'. fro.a J aifl'st.x Ii' :
Wednesday night
GiJODS & NOTIONS.s Truby, Sternburg razee, "
piodmlivf. T h-Tt-.rc this -P : ,
Growers' Association it was decided plluoe'l X. 1., I'd Urll': ., xv:,i "..-. Strstg'sfatitily -
--_ I -Don't buy your i jl.Uo.t.Do: ""ivi-rip-r J-pacvi.l (00) ;, -r.-*. ?"iOO '

' : ng Ust received a lurge btof-k of clothing hats, shoes or furnishing/ not hesitate to sell a small to handle erange Those whohip irers. oOO pf-ir Irl'f' 200 Kclsey plum aLd last week i She will spend

/ottw...'. we nrt prepared to sup- goods until see our stock and ., through this nci.ition will siveH a lurg'j numhtr of Jfipiu persimmon and I the winter with thlflo.A 3H01S
r its. Give us H call and in- you portion of your land, even one acre, cost in freight ana find quick trins- JnpnH plum trees of f he finist varieties- fulll'
storehouse of
shoes he
prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. I (tn.
giiods before buying elsewhere.: if'on have: the chance. Thj acre, : poitation without any delays at Cal The! 0011I:( tires are above nine jenrs old, 1
and )tr. Tisou estimates ihul least ecn It Truhy, Siprnburg & Co.V,
sold at 3.-
RIVERS & JOINER STRAWBERRY GROW E USATTENTION cheap, will help you sell moreat lahan and other points in rekindling.
OOO.itx't1 will he gatherer! and shipped: : I just in. Th report counted 25 ,
Just received a better price.
I STARKE FLA.EWSPftPERS .. one The association has bl'l'nt.ry successful from the jrrove the coming reason. All' full cases and several ju!t euptiMl.
car load each: of dark and bright the wiih berries the fruit in d h"ioK but
past ?ea>on vanHy at8UIIIII. -
Cotton has taken Two casks of also
King possessionof are
I.iige crockery
FREE. c'oItUlHt>'d meal, Wilcox &; Gibhs' and with the experience gained willproe which h is to be the fJ\rlt"t andhardiest SOOOO-AH
sidewalks]\ in town. Nobodvprumbles rt'ally to be d. These cnt1f'-
Truck Farmers' Special, Wilcox & both and (-nm!c grlt'r/ the first to opcnl
oWn name and address and Gibbu' excellent Standard however. He i* one monarch a power protective mature. Mr. 'I i ion' his ju!t sold to a firm nun and all their clerks arr alxny"

r0 Ic of. jour frieiuls and neighbors."ipl. Georgia the people love to see come to cooperative in the time to come. iu this ViIV' SOOt or n!e* at one and a found busy. If not !(-!tin; tliy arc,
or.thl'rwis..aud a coi'y of the and Armour's Pulverized Hone, all Growers should and .
LH around. rncoui ace sustain half cents. whlc-h i" regHidedag (Kl price. ,
VTEEKLY SEWS will be sew toTHEmm town and stand opening more pond t It) *( II.
h. of nhich will be sold at manufaclui- movements of so vital an inter Previous tn purfrha-ing this properly Mr.

KEWSisAly t'r'' price?, freight added. Oyster slipper at the court house est to their prosperity.Don't Tison visited mid insprrtpd mo'.t of the FOR DY81'EPSU HXOKHVfiC
iH'ttd in S-u'h' Florida. .tnd nn-
& Co. gropes
TruLy, Sternburp of this t"ae Brown' LiaR Bluer
.1.... and Newspaper to-night. Thc'object supperis forget the oyster supper tonight f where found nrniige trees more healthy I Ii Physician reccnmend it. ;.

ullAd try Reade an the,South,. It is the largest The beat shoes for the least money to raise sufficient money to pay at the court hou { e'idldly 18 large p11gv4. the remaining debt on the organ giove "i'h.luftllltc reninrknMe trcezvof ha trade-mark and crosRcJ toed lines on ma'. ,
Cottt'n edited.
up and carefully at J. G. Alvarez. i, of M. E. church organ. t I' I
IH6 withosu inuti-riHl
,Tuht-J'rt'seen a eopv of It tM'n.1 one recently purchased by the Methodistchurch j injury. Inventius-j IIAD1Z

r A4dres;It the biggest newspaper Our line of j jerseys cannot be excelled -] This is a worthy object andwe : The! city council leased the lot th lion in has lIft rlfirly pnrt ..demnnstfn'fd( Floriil.i win th-r r.nni fart' j jlhl 1 Keedlog- tonle.or children ghould'ake that want tatldiasj. 1 i8I.NM1'NI

JIIE as regards quality and price. I all will exteid is building on for S p>0 j BROWN'S up
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! 'i' ( remarkable witnessed {
    'w : I and Mrs. Brown exchanged RELIGIOUS. AND sigh WEBSTER I ., -
    And I toll that they wei. only Mr Abdy f
    you depot In Cass County.Mo. "Pt. i
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    ? < forLtDuUtJ} t1rta1)TI) fire cents apiece" was the frowning re- glace -Of the 'who recent evening. sun was THE BEST INVESTMENT I BAR .I ., !

    1 .: ply.> "Pretty profit we should make to "If I was only able to mae"them from the Church low when a Te pulled in. For the Family,School,or Professional Library. COc ;

    ,. _, "t ': ub11shedEvery give twenty-five cents for those little button-holo" said the poor spinster, the free church in 1843, began to let off steam. ;
    ; engine roa .
    i ;! "; : 9y work "but ,by.the '
    hurrying her own It
    } .! ; .' things. : still living.A released the steam began ; el '
    .. : : : I I've done with these my be as .
    'i--.i said the time
    : : ..RTARKR., '.. n.or.IDA.: "You deceived me then. oye3'1 Wesleyan sisterhood and in a short time a complete t .
    .WO .
    ,' "
    *N,; -.-...:.*. fJ. _ woman, her anger rising "tor I distinctly good for nothing. b instituted in order to ,.' ould be seen a few'feet above I : ', ; CJiemicaU -: .
    I asked If "Suppose call upon this poor r used In 1 preparation ft.-'. ', :
    i they were twenty- and leisure
    18 refinement .
    the ground *um Umt '
    A GLIMPSE' INTO TH E FUfURE. the aid reaching I WOT A.Co.o
    I live cents 'apiece, and you said yes. widow said Mrs. Bro'vn wiping sphere of church work." beautiful *mbwdwUh Starch,.
    A Small GlrI-ojaa jf E.i.Jr.Toa'd from her' other side was a or Sngir,an4 i tharefoi for '. .
    Why there four rows of stitching tears eyes. Anew mission for Has M for years Standard cowfe Ut .
    a and remained long as the wDmll tiUa M : .
    3' scarce expect one of m77eats it I'm a my
    sure .
    "She'd take kindly
    .':"t ,.,. To prove bow foolish are the lean j in the' bsm" sister into whose hands re has been originated by released steam from the en- Authority 1 Gov't Printing itmgthenlnff. EABH.T Tha-..(
    ? the I
    ;C f. That woman'! education can |J JC you please make room ple poor who have and admirably adapted foe ., -,

    Destroy the comfort of the>naD. t asked the gil impatiently."Not Mr Abdy slipped something a they a Methodist station On the Zambesi .-_ Office ail U. S. Supreme Court.HlsMly I .mil.fey hctlthT .0. .
    , Nor would you Judging from m117'et rewarded the quick I t Sold by Grocers "
    tell what I think of parted well by I EecaiMniEiliySS StateSupfts
    you "A Sabbathless nation The Beat '-'
    Imagine that I am so wise j j ti TesUmona I
    $ At to foresee that we, le time J you" cried the woman for you are a look of gratitude that flushed the wo nation." Where there is lor any blood medicine Is the of Schools am t tie leading W.B 1&C.Dor cheater. .'

    Will to the highest placet climb ; liar and a cheat Thank T m not man's attenuated features. quarantt of the manufacturers of
    is --iV
    Go. Sabbath no
    {, Leaving the sterner. sex behind iAs at a crazy door the two Golden Medical Discovery, College Presidents. .DANIECiCOTTON
    living, !
    dependent Knocking
    upon your and without this free warrant that wonderful medicine to
    nature at the start designed.,
    f'-J_: .;..,.":0 In tarbarous times the man; so brafre and I pity them that are, that's alL women were amite into a darkened not long sustained.- or cure in all cases of those diseases Nearij tie School Books Pitlislel _: JVOEVEl TEm 03XU .I

    /,_ ; Used untaught woman a* his itave: You cheat the poor widow and OP- room, destitute carpet almost of any b it is remmended. or money paid a based Rln at3 to XVI per mlDu .. IM' !: I
    may -Twelve Buddhists have all diseases la coMtrr are rol:. }'eederu'.
    .1j be cures upunWebster tao CondensersCumpleteontfllrf .
    Soon as she learned her ABC' J bed- retur
    kind of furniture save a largo
    GlnnlneMarhln I
    but won't cheat '
    jfU nil equal she became with tase; j phn you me aan Paris a pagoda for from a torpid liver and impure blood attested SC&OGI ry. OLD & t
    relgious Dj tie %
    .. This proves the time Is coming wh D The girl only crled-her lips, for a stead on whose thin mattress laid a and Tho names are 11"n. All Skin, Scalp a lead er&.et. E'LI'"EIULLIDOlf"toiiC'en :.
    _ I! seemed prepared for services gong i .&, Eruptions. Sores Book bottom planter. 1*you rethinking pauia* !
    By will
    knowledge she top the men already .
    had been
    ,. pale pinched woman, who for worship and the priests Salt-rheum, Publsher a Gin. ) r.lrruiar.anil' we ) ;'
    ( And by her intellectual flghjts ,| the Tetert Erysip ab utH. PKATTOiaf CO..J.!wUUelln : : I
    1 ail isirtf
    : waiting some time, now eagerly crowded the conversion of kindred diseases 05 to 1O4 Popular .
    .4, Will win and hold her wom$ 1 rights. the ing for ueea. PIT.
    . Knowledge Is power. ManT afraid J up t the cuntr. poor child, whispered -During the last century the. "Discovery"' efe marvel 2000 more Engravings M any ,qkI TIOS PAPLUv 1 I .
    I To see 9 woman's power displayed,; put me in her Til mother as they went forward t .. ..
    'b. please place.
    ; L Has kept it for himself so 1< ng i glad to work for any thing I onlycan at the sleeping girl "the doctor saidcan't sion of the Protestant everything a else fails, Dr. Sage's otter eca Didiouary. ; JONES t, ,::.:>
    That i doubled the increase
    'J as you see, the world goes wrong. b than .
    it do." She choked down last long. Remedy cures. 5 cents, by drug- HE'f "- ':iJ
    But-'Us the nineteenth oetur7- get to and almost ; GET THE BEST.
    Catholic .
    : 3 We females march to victor)- the tears and absolutely trembled in "I saw you in Mrs. Gray's shop, advance of the U.--- Bold by al Bkelers. Illustrated Pamphlet :PAYSTHEFREleM' >'" I
    . Let those who hinder our I I Brown. The territorial end sufficient etc. sent free. '.
    I advance whispered Mrs. woman clothing should be v .
    haveno pales.
    her and her :
    ( hunger
    '4 4 lUng quickly for an ambulance; ; eagerness I stared red shame painted her cheeks -"0! all the dispositions that whichis loose, light and warm. G.&C. MERRIAI&CO.1Pub'rsSpringfield,3lass.TOll's ta IM'&Uld Beam't I
    I For naught can stop or e'n perplex doubt) from head to foot -a which lead to political pr colors for summei, dark for winter. 'rveyefm t Scale.soo.)' :,, .c"- 1

    The noble mission of our se4.4r \ .'h yes, you can have it-we can for a momont wea D flannel bandage about the rmention&sia paper and.dd, ;:F
    Dear friends: leave for. .oflegeTo. .Igion and morality are TA 7JOMES OF I IDINGD.UIT01.l.
    you now "Oh! did you, mam? sha BINGHAITr'] :
    that :
    to take them at price ,
    get plenty
    may be, burst my head with knowledge supports. In vain would I Y. ,:.
    I and thank in the bargain." said the biting her lips; "did you hear do with their fca I
    won't go there, like men, to kick j us accruing years .. .:
    claim the tribute of .luD'lpnnj ,
    to ? And I have bt in misers do with their money- more '
    Tho fesUre foot-ball till I'mlck! ; .. pulling down another girl spoke me >cn '
    girl. heartlessly
    ''JeMf11: never see me rowing races ; bundle. better circumstances. While my husband should labor to subvert the the fact greater paing they take t sPills : lay LOI TSTE3 STBUPOFQU1HIK, 2. .
    1j4or sliding to the base-ball bases; _
    lars of human happiness a
    . I .'fb.1.ra1ns! Tit cultivate, not muscU, Mrs. Abdy now inquired for Mrs. : lived I had plenty-while ily of the duties of men Venom Inhaled with the Air CHILDREN CRT FOB L ON'S SYRUP OF QU1H1K, 2tT_' ".

    ::,e And. beTulfrldot style and bustle, Gray, and was ushered into the show I parents lived I had every thing. Ch! props with tWo water of malarious

    Fit study study just to show knc|*' room, where a portly woman stepped it is bitter!" She struggled againstthe zens."George Washington.In has still a certain antidote a Experi The valid first,giving do.o elasticity often att.onbh"of the and In. :tOJ SYRUP OEpHHE baa Swe u"S ; j:
    The world how much a girl cant ; 1873 the Reformed ,
    But, though I'll be immensely wis* forward, much surprised and pleasedand tears, but they would come; she snctions in '
    Bitters SDH GIVE BA3Y
    as a preventive of this .
    : .. *.Yetin the home Ill be a price; learning that they had come for 8 hid her face in her hands. separated from the Al over this continent and in the Bonyancy of. Bod BITER 9U1111

    ; Knowing the laws that goVorn<< mster. call, she immediately ushered them by "Give me your work," said Mrs. palians. They have 106 it proved itself a certain means to whIch be 'al before Tour bay wni !ICY? iajiah LON SYRUP : .
    m better mix the pancake batter, a U
    Its and an eradicant of intermittent
    Brown 16 she could seven They five appetite
    of into her soon bihops
    -: In scientific ways I'll make j means a stairway private genty. a fevers and other fojrms of '

    : Light piecrust, healthful bread an| cake Virlor, a splendid room, furnished with speak. "I will pay you now-take 1 ber 10,0. They disease. Nor is it less effect GOOD DIGESTION, I

    ..? And with my knowledge easybeatfThetnother's every luxury the heart coul desire. home and make the button-holes my. property $2,00,0 kidney troubles constipation, repnlar bowels and solid fle h. NIte II $ '

    ', ;. My country's good cooking"I will promote thought s$j sweet; "And how are you, Mrs. Abdy-and self, and see Mrs. Gray abu't it 1 am logicl school in and nervousness.- 1 sugar coated. Jlce.25cts.per bu.. CANn I For$JW'S" 'M-

    _. By going to the polls to vote, { you Mrs. Brown? It's 8 great while well acquainted with her 'ad when has lately given $10,000 cleanliness is essential. Bathe Sold Everywhere. I I of \

    ; And no Intimidation can J I in she understands the case I think it will church extension, and a week. Baths to be of the same tem '- LT AND ...f
    since have church
    Make me support-an ugly man. seen you In'ti as the body. Bathing enables the Put UP.
    : \I; Now,my dear friends, rUsa7oodYe; ?" be less hard for you. 'Her-i my card ?3oOO to the seminary. throw off effete matter, causjng the S1Le Woven Wire Fencing LOYD A IMOONEY; ;' MEMPHIS.. '

    : tVhensuchalittle girl as I ': "My children have all been ill," r -send somebody to my e tonight -Tho Congregational useless epidermis to peel off. WIRE Wlro Rope Selvago Taxi'API.7". <

    For woman's progress thus Can shof.t Mrs. Brown I have some wine and "' presents these statistics: sweet milk-and cooked rice will d > MAUIL
    ., Tbe great millen i B m is about, ; pled quiety. lit 3 ISE BALLCHIDWICK'S
    .. -H. C. Dodge, in Goodall', )!Sun. 'h! I thought something must b which I keep for the sick churches, 4.9i; in chickens. Avoid giving Ilomhaated C.ver.

    _, & u.-* ; the matter, if you were any thing like "God bless you madam; God bless churches 2M; gain in food when in ths condition >>ENT FREE.)stamp by enclos.n'Oa' ,

    MRS. GRAY'S RELIG&N. me-I never lot trifles interfere with you, and I know Ho will," cried tho Number of members ; N, FLORIDA, Sept 7th. 1SS3. niKODOBE H01.L.VXI, P.O.Bod20. ,llP'

    ; my church duties. I believe I have grateful woman. "I said a dreadful confession, 2,99-j; added A. T. ALL Co. arHAXZ'THIS 1tB" r wntDON'T .

    been when others would have wrapped thing in my heart when I left Mrs. 042- ; added total, 45,036; Rchester. .for(/eita.-I Malaria have, sent tried me, FOOL THAT

    :' Her Practice Not In Harmony: themselves in flannels and gone to bedI Gray's but indeed, I don't want to feel 0:4 Sunday-schools most wonderful results; o dose GIRL

    With Her Profession. have that much affection for the so even toward my Oppt'cssors I trust 672; gain, 28,U81. a case of two months' standing. BQ0TOS2 PER ROD. : ji.o-K.0 nnylwthe TLLIruECIAL.NFLA1ED .
    ____ me one dozen by mail, im
    ,, -- t: courts of the Lord's house. And what He will forgive me and open her eyes butions of the churches, ; ; with some advertising matter. In All.fandwdtl Gat-m FKHGHT tamafrii PAID..Sold Tnfpnintloi hru i>rap*r.!_.,. :I EYES A1 GR, VT.TJD

    had last Sabbath and touch her worldly heart." gain 110.078. Very 'I'lIK .dlJ.L.: ( WrtVKV W IRr FFAtT H).. iar)* .
    "You don't believe Mrs. Grajf' is a 1 heavenly sermon we try. EPPERSON lort ...Ontario 't c; :'a..l ; : ey rpfnntP Sen.' 81.OO for medictna.
    Mrs. Brown called Mrs. > -The of papas Christian? I am sorry to heir you Mrs. AMy. I have thought of it all upon Gray reported origin Dealer in General Merchandise. aR :. '

    1 t in that of sd estimable week. I do think we out to be thankful according to promise. She listened of Christian Endeavor \\ BIG UflIICVI0rACEPITS sttaM3 I5 PAPER"! 1wr

    t4,1i speak manner .. a to the Lord for sending us Brother coldly, and promised coldly, to do what ion members are now considered geographically belongs to Amer ISIUI1LI I Mlu }'rnutc.T BOOK' :! For J"VPXOR 404 4OqsS |.
    ? woman. I by some ai belonging \TETandnE PATENT FE..
    "Perhaps I should not have spoken )rewson. His words are indeed sharp she could, but oh. as tho poor widow &000 delegates in National I because of its early discovery Ollmpae. of Fify Tear." I;: at V.L T.*w Fi, | IA 0.C.nip. *.
    ; her n and Inntorr of th W C:r I" W.hl
    BO decidedly but I think I bar'i good as a two-edged sword." had said in spite of her profession, her in this city, i striking century A ._ bln' 'tobioir"lhy" Tin SINCE .CRANT'S. i. _, THIS r"JAK.'" .;.wn.
    MEMOIRS. Authurthc nu-l. marWil l ilHrt
    reasons for what I said." During a confidential tete-a-teteMrs. charities, her gifts to those who needed whole of this great in nine times out of ten is known woman of the prvyrnt dny.r 8O, not, oh that heart! how it of humanitarian effort another name for lazinss. or bad month. One mccat report* I:Sr.t dar. unother5flmtirreL. If}{ :
    "But certainly overlook her use- Brown managed to give a hint at what worldly a and it Any K.m.n muLe iIOHrday. I. .'ertersreleved;JAWS free.

    _-.,(. fulness you in the church. Nobody gives Ihe thought of the wholesale impertinence stood in the way of many a souls wel- years ago by Rev. D. E credit to be reIJ all any the thing time General. No experience A rents can ne."ar pet ) b Xuk.. Forterriry pubti.>*.l.-rA.. -I..eJ-NAZ W...COR1lf.Tills PAP. &'%<10SS f."nao.. *"WuiqtsaD.C.a
    fare! misfortune. and liberal t rms. writ at enre 10 1L.J.: I' nUw.$65A
    more liberally than sho does. Only of th girl i the shop toward theworkpople book expanded from a have SMITH & CO..:ol Dearborn .et bk.o, .ill.mAME MQNFiZtD BOARP TAIlt,
    no employment, or are being
    Strangely indeed upon such ears called "Ten Timo One are vms ncr t .. I in and 30 DA Ia'
    11 last Sabbath, remember she subscribed paid for the work you are doing, then hltr c.rDI

    fifty dollars toward our: minister's Dela's sharp," said Mrs. Gray, must fall tho words of our Lord: "Pure idea was the simple but B. F. Johnson & Co., of Richmond, Ely's Cream BalmISWORTHSIQOOTOm I .".\\ZUC: .1:1 IFJITt: P..AenhnnnnrXeu.Bk:1 I&L.. oi5A1

    salary-and in times of conference no. with a gratified little. laugh, '"that's religion and undefiled before God and that i each of us would do they- will show into you to trans I ? .II P..J3.! -, .

    body entertains more liberally than why I keep her. Do you know I pay the Father is to visit the orphan and little for the good that ho I OPIUM-gOOK FREE.AN.'I" CUREEDUCATIONAL.

    _ .- \ she. I think she's a perfect prodigy. of her extra for that qualtiy? I assure youit the widow in their affliction and to keep lay close to his hand, the YORK man has invented arielec- Han Worn or Cffl 'I PAPXR I ftno.timjosedts.\.0. '

    benevolence." is the most terrible thing to deal with himself unspotted from the world.- work would go largely to and somebody suggests that it ann rlnK from eJAKHI .tnj

    'I dare say in such matters her liberality these shop women. They shirk and Mrs. M. A Denison. in Yankee Blade. world of misery and want himself.time for the small bey t begin to ..CATARRH.Apply I' .

    ,. sham, and tell all manner of lies to get -. -. phia -_ "-
    1'- is unstinted; but I was not thinking GRUMPY STAGE DRIVERS. Telegraph Balm into each nostril

    ,- 'of that. She is rich, I supposeIknow excused, and do their work abominableat S. or suffer from sick headache a mo ELY BROS..M Warren St..N.Y. 4s .-nteo. flAUDOLPH-ACO1 COLLEGEFOnni$30), '
    the best. You have no idea what a Old Felow" Who Have Fallen From Their WIT AND 10nAer. It is not necssary. Cartr's < ft AS n LAV p.VA j Ix>catlon li miles north of Rich
    she has store Pills will ,
    kept a large on cure vou. OF roml. Va. C.ele Course tliorouuh and cm'
    :Marshall street for trying business it, i on that account. High Estate In the Fast. -. Small price. Small dose. Small pill. IMORTER CHINA.. CLASS Expen'es ,t.pratc.! Ad1antalei nnsnrpaH
    a great many''ears. You reach :Fort Custer ed. '.?lon < cpt.J3. InforuSLion -
    by a stage AND V 1n fiI '
    L If it didn't pay me pretty well," she -You may often feel QUENS .: ? address IKBY Sec'y Treat.ifiLAREMOHT .
    Suppose call there it is
    we on our GOULD
    'i!' i t. way. which from Custer Station tho Alonzo Reed and Mrs. I
    runs on George
    back which took
    '-..'cThe two friends Mr and added complacently "I'd give up :on your house went to school together.
    I't: a Abdy i COLLEGE J CKOY.y.c
    Northern Pacific to Rock Creek tlio ,
    _: i }Irs. Brown walked on together untilir tmorroBut Delia, dear me, she'sa on your conscience.A a comparatively poor i those .C.l1. U Superior In S.hoI3.hp. B t T HIghl!Equipment.,
    ; Union Pacific distance of 430
    a miles.
    Comfortablo In
    in lovo is like Abler in
    treasure-knows how man FaeuiY Ion Uom
    perfect just to
    I:: they came to an Imposing store, where ; ?.ife than : I th-.South. S for
    ; This is one of the few important stage he thinks he is Carter's -M11PmS. an711".. !.10. A MOll>, PrraideaU11IICIC.1SAAV
    . one side ocucoivcable kind of deal with just that sort of people not seen can get \iL I. :
    r:1': 'Ion every lines Pills 5esd orders for MASON FRUIT JAR
    that have managed to survive tholocomotive's -the best liver regulator in ty Jour
    b;;t .] \fancy work wfor sale, and on the You see there's no getting along with I Its does not see others. Don't forget this. One pill a dose. ASSORTED OFTIXWAUR pm up \/J I'ontntoc. >kl FEMALE... CLI.EOE
    rout takes in rAbKAlICd! Oprna
    raids for ;
    - others.children's garments, chieJy for them. 1 assure you, unless you're rightup -Peace is the evening .- TRAIJ Full co p" of Rnpcriortexchers. Board ten dolJitr. .

    iys-coats!, pants and caps-a large and down with them." the mountainous districts of Northern Lout a virtue i its sun, ncMpnuKT and Mrs. WARD, Miss Olive The Diamond Cotton SeeitHuHermnd H..1L.per Send munth.tu'r-Cat-l'.gue: TWWII healthy or write and aCloslhle1
    1.: Wyoming, where there are several Margaret are J3cCUANAX. fnncipal. for farther
    Mrs. Brown's heart ached she are never far
    and costly variety. Mrs.,; Abdy and a aprt 'Y'A the trinity
    large towns which the railroads have agnostic for itcclf. and Ip"yes
    4 :Mrs. Brown quietly stood cia ono side, thought. of that neat, grave-looking t -He that is good will : the Separator on. piyn c-i.on. Jt will take the Iced ba"d.o'tl. BUSII1ESS COLLEGE,
    is essential health.
    not yet penetrated. runs throughthe pores open haw Giiin. Never chnake'; one man cm operate 1C.
    4 for there were several women at the woman with her quivering lip and silvery I come better, and he that Sulphur Snap does this. \V.PAY hlche.t."pkttprl..rorm.a'.atonPIUL11 ., MEMPHI TEN.: ,
    ' Crow the richest wiiyn4
    ,., J' latter counter-not customers, it was hair, stabbed to the very quick by country agricultural certainly become worse. Hair and AVhisitcr Dye, 5 cents. \ take.tell"you all Vay""ot about it. 1"".,3t1)i'iGEJI, ,t .' .HUE tVWRE von .."t'f.I.p.lmenJA.1U. FOin.
    of all
    region Montana There area ErcfrtaryandMnnx-. 208 Main!StMemphi.Ten.si583(2 .
    I evident for le-facw and that coarse unfeeling creature behind -People deceive .
    ; they were p THIS PAJEE "tit 8TrDT- Bonk
    l' dozen along the.Big Horn fellow who writes, "And so I love rnrf t.joa HOME t"lplg.PenmaoRhlpArt
    shabbily-dressed. A showy-looking the counter. "botoms" they think those around piano still,"voiced the sentiments mctleShort>ianil. ele.thtronjbl.! t"uh'I.y
    and the Little Horn rivers of from mail.Cireulara free.BETAST'S CULLK.r.
    Big ; BaN.LY.
    .c ;4 girl with red ribbons in her hair stood "Is this girl-a-professor of religion know their real character. utnishi ly large number of people. GINS, Atlas Engines and

    ?" asked Mrs. Brown with sixty thousand to one hundred thousand COTTON Boilers, Shafting, Pulleys, 1TX">: rOIU.Ulof LAW.Chlcng..}'allTerm! bo
    behind the -Some mock
    counter, picking out assorted some men at
    ( prominent physicians in the city j8ins.ept.l-t.; { Chicago.
    acres in extent, rank with prairie vegetation Etc. Plantation, Mill amiPRESSES roijcircularaddOl-Botith
    : I bundles and passing] them overt esitaton poverty. but a great many and recommend hlansil's Punch." S
    Steamboat .
    where the of Repairs.CHICKASAW
    grain nation 1255
    a a C A.N.K. IJ.?
    : to these wqmen.. "Why no, replied Mrs. Gray turn- 'might be all use of it-Merchant poultry havo full range as soon !'
    now vacant and a
    J ( :' irs.:* Gray says you must take the lag red; ''that's all I have to try me useless. grown Thoso who have to live Plenty of exercise will IRON WORKS, WHEN WKIT1NC ijiw TO the ADVERTiSERS Advcrtlacmeat PlfLUC thIs
    Every one of them could be state thiI yea
    I ?4. last batch home with you and make the Delia is honest and all that but I don't do not find any thing thrve better, grow faster and keep .OJ F- \MIIK Jk CO...E31.U1.TEN. f I'I 1
    Tm PAPIH ttu t
    irrigated at an expense of less than atV: mrj j s.wt X
    :: k think, she found She is -
    button-holes over-she wont have such ha a hope. drama of life.-Milwaukee -
    -1 work" said the with me now however, altogether and fifty cents an acre. Tho stage driverssay with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac '
    girl approaching a who is
    ' ): i tidy-looking woman who turned a shade 1[ trust I may be the means of her sal- toms that along there the are Yellowstone just such fertile and alongall bot- abroad Many to a quell man a riot is Eye Water.- Druggists,sell it 35c BRYANT STRATT!iN BUSINESS

    paler at the asperity and supercilious vation. Do yoy believe Brother Drew- the homo to put down oven a eggs are the sole object no males COLEGELOUISVILLE

    M manner of the girl. son will get well?" she queried, shrewdly mountain streams that course American. liens often with. Hook Keeping,Short Hand, Telegraphy,&0
    the through the reservation in all di more and eggs keep fresh longer. Write for Catalogue and rwn.nronnaCo,. .
    .t "1 thought. they woro done as good subjet."Now rections. These -Honor is like an .
    j what do think of drivers aro odd easiest to and Piso's
    as usual said the woman with a trem- you Mrs. and without use cheapest. Easiest

    _; ulous lip, "but perhaps notl Mary was Gray?" asked Mrs. Brown, as the two Dicks They are the old fellows never more re-enter a landing when ; for-Catarrh By-druggists.- 50c. PISO'S u.REMEDY Cheapest FOr ief(!' immeiate A cure 1
    sick, you see, and she always makes friends gained the street .to drive the Dead- outside of that will drink beer is one of the certain. Cold in the 19I it .

    the button-holes-she's sick now. I'm afraid she's sacrificing her re- wood and overland stages in tho early itBoieau.Belee of Calumet, O.

    Wouldn't do?" Jigion on the shrine of days and they keenly feel tho humila- me every JOSE ZORUILLA who .
    : they possibly mammon was secret sorrows which the was recently A A R R Hh

    .- Mrs. Brown stepped forward and I the reply. "I have always thought so tion of their present positon. To be not; and oftentimes we call poet laureate of Spain is a short
    compelled after such a glorious past, old man,seventy-two of | .
    caught a sight of the button-holes. very highly of her I can't bear to years age.
    after having driven six and eight-horso when he is only sad.- WENDELL HOLES says that in re an of whicl:! a small particle is apple
    I change
    They were good, as neatly;made as she my opinion. Sti I have seen i Ointent .
    coaches through a land filled with gal Affectation is certain ; his life he finds that he has'taken to Pce 50c. Sold by druggists
    I would have wished, were the suit made with my own eyes heard with my lant forming themselves on in surgery than in poetry,but by mail." Address, ,E' HJLZELTINE, Warren, Pa.
    chivalrous horse-
    I F: for her boy. |I ears what I would not have believed a agent els the begin with that his fame will rest upon the -._p .

    if P "No. they won't do." said the girl, hearsay." thieves valant Indians, after young of his pen, not of his knife. I-
    : ulous, and often end in
    '. sharply pushing the article toward I 77One"of our church poor lives here." having ben "held up" a dozen times, Blair. PRICE "the father Masonry in

    d her. "You can leave them, but you said Mrs. Brown they turned into alonesome after having been through"massacres," ,"died in Townsend, Mass., in 1780.
    4 know Mrs. a lynchings, cowboy fights, and all that -Do not grumble, trdiY1 a monument has been S
    I Gray's rule-not one cent street lined with poor houses __-A'_#
    The location S ? '
    over is -
    4' unless the whole is done suit -now in his old age to come down to disappointed. grave. .
    to her. that were filled with poor tenants and over the where
    I on earth could have his 101.5 f&r
    a miserable two-horse route, ,
    I:1 "And I only got fifteen cents for the "shall we call upon her?" Mrs. Abdy a his last years. -5 S S
    settled is almost than sunrise would appear like a
    country, more
    1 I sir whole murmured the woman with a signified that it would be pleasing to FAKQUHAR TlPPER. the author of
    1LFjf they can hear. They sit on their lofty the entire horizon.-Puck. in hand .5 S
    __ .despairing look. her, and they entered the creakingdoor PhiosophJ' Ih'el a TO MAKE
    S seats and taciturn. -"It is not intellectual ,
    "I'm gloomy They rare England. He bears -S
    sure the button-h .
    les are very of one of the tallest houses, where
    ly smile or talk. You must work jures the brain," says resemblance to Longfellow in his -
    -1 neatly done, said Mrs. Brown, hoping after toiling up three flights of stairs "but Tupper does not agree with his ;.: -S Biscuit.
    hard "Hospital emoiional
    to De1icaus
    that a word from her would have the they came to a room in which a pallid i you hope secure their Gladstone, on the question -. FOR
    favor or them in men can stand
    engage a conversa
    desired effect; "they would suit me woman sat making caps at the rate of I rule. COW BRANDSODiSILERATUS
    I and I tion. The only glympseof sunlight they thought and study of which
    HAMLIN is
    am quite particular. ? a sixpence apiece. She arose with a eighty-one years old, ,
    ever catch through the dun clouds that aro capable and be none his vitality and strength to
    "5 "They wouldn't suit a majority of smile, extended a thin hand, choked a S .ACSOLUTELY PURE.
    I their when it, for neither thought nor degree. He loves to work S .
    Mrs. paper sky a an ir -
    Gray's said -
    customers, the girl I down a hard, dry couch she asked i .1' Sw
    a feres with the flower garden and orchard which
    Englishman old recuperative
    with or a fussy lady becomes
    an Insolent side look at the impertinent them to b seated, and to excuse horns his cozy home at Bangor Maine,

    -.IL- stranger as she considered her, she must go on with her work, "for you their passenger, Then something sleep. I is ambition infrequently takes walks of ten or ;. .

    '..- "and this woman is none too particular see I promised them at five this after- like a smile touches up their appointment, the hopes miles in a day. -'. S

    - at any time. She often has to carry noon, and I work for Mrs. Gray, of our darkly burned faces, and by the limo loves and hates, of our EDWARD GEORGE WASHINGTON

    '- her work back and I'd advise her to church. She's a good woman rye no such passenger, or what is left of him out our nervous system is the oldest living graduate of West

    get a new pair of spectc1cs if she doubt-only she don't know by experience has reached his destination, they are the balance of the brain." Military Academy. He was gradu
    the of 1818. General
    iii'W can't see better." what the poor have to suffer and are almost cheerful. The stages S.- in cass. Louis, and is an Butler

    ? "Dear Lord! groaned the woman, that makes her hard on us, perhaps.But have no springs. The cushions are Color of the Human of American history in the frst enc.yco part Worth their eJgbt in Gold

    _ : turning away a heart-broken expression she pays me a little more than she stuffed with flint The trail is An oculist who has made present century.

    darkening her pale pinched features does the others." stony and crossed continuallywith SHERMAN and his niece attended
    gullies and buffalo eye: a study for thirty in the Catskills one evening. When -
    -shrinking almost deep Cured of
    from sight in "' trais Dr. Morse's Indian Gravel.
    a in the other
    her mortification and despair 'lat's sad'cae To one of these melancholy drivers, ha examined many famous the hall the orchestra sus- CflA TANOK E.N.C..July=INCSnf -
    -F ; she who room, she went on, "a dreadful sad declared the other that the dance music long enough to play -For years i have been afflicted ura el
    had silver threads shinin drawing his career to a disappointing day a--d after t.JIDK the be't 101"r! ,I thl locality t
    amidst: the case. It's Mrs. Through Georgia." General
    a Acton widow woman American" Root Pills. without rocelTlDa any Dr. More, r
    dark gleam of her locks-Uho had all close nothing is so comforting as to oughbred eye was much delighted, having. never In soul .
    as good a as ever I knew and
    in color. :a new man. completely! cureci. I wouU not e
    ; the rich experience of aaternity-with she's had a shoot a dude .tenderoot" through the heard the stirring air. Tlthoutem.; they are tho beat 1'1 I ever u poor consumptive girl tosupport
    all the window "Would you say that SIMON, the eminent Yours,etc. )JACKSON.
    heavy care of the world's neg- Maria works in spite of her stage upon a jag rocks be French Dr. Morse's Indian
    lect and poverty-with all the low. browneyed men are has quiet dignity, ease, a cool -
    scars of weakness all she ; After XZ Tear
    can; but this week she the
    faculty to simulate t
    a hard, long fight with temptation Observing that my driver was in a lect"Not warmth iTUXCETOX.Ind.Aug.4.1SS8.T7.H. .
    ? couldn't
    seem SoMrs. emotion. As Root Pills.
    get up strength. speaker he .
    'S t that to be sure, n
    humor I o\noC
    privation disease said
    and sorrow upon her:, Acton, she had some nice work pensive nothing more to clear of declamation,and can draw at I i I DEAR twenty-Ufa years bare been
    flippantly i shamed! him than was to has afforded some example ajtnicted with rhenii.ali m of the b.eTs; 1 cave UP
    by a pert mindless necessary procure per- veins of irony and lie .
    and had to make the button-holes her sarCmvhib Ml hops of recovery; 1 waa nd opnmy
    brazen girl of seventeen. Mrs. Brown' self. She's been mission to sit "up there" with him. whose eyes possessed this infuses and as if in csual way. I I Dr. Morse's Indian times and, wu compelled tout
    ,& longer than usual undeniable uj housework in 135 your agent called at myb
    cheek was scarlet-but the boor We rode for twenty miles in dead silence among the .->osa and sId that "he coijjd cure 11" I aked..
    \ woman about too. and I dare .
    it say wants the civilization how? be replied. "Br the m A of YorM'
    had crowded out and others! had crowd- and at last when we neared the eyes grow Root Pills. r.dl n Root Pill.." 1 decided to tive them
    .' edin. I money Maria to buy brea. I went in to stay station at which we were to obtain din- and there are to-day far Why Don't aole haland todomy tbo result ork.that All 1 am the entirely cured arnuo and
    WAS and the nellbbor"
    A good-looking coarse woman threw wit whie gene, ncr and a change of horses, he turned : persons than there were a Uood's If bra use your full and say that cot bOwithOut
    have .
    poor soul came back Sasaparia. you Impure Yours,etc.
    down a bundle; it was! examined crushed She threw the work completely down t me and said: "Pardner, I like you- !. If you will be at pains to troubled lost appette headache,bare that tired eel- Dr. Morse's Indian ,, tem CELIA JOBVbOS.t .

    and passed. The girl When I first see I thort I didn't.But or of the eyes of Bismarck dyspepsia or -
    from a and burst into Maria was you I es It baa accomplished wonders for Disease "rthe KJdoey.
    small box one pieco of noney and and when tar.her mother I do You're the fust man that Huxley Virchow Buchner. afflicted people aqd. if given a fair Root Pills. __ OOJLK ZK GAT.Stokes C,..X.c 8.1
    reasonably certain to do you good. .H.COMSTOCK
    frihtened. fact
    ; of the v; :
    handed it to her. The ever rid on the top of coach that any living .
    wqman starec the button-holes would all my been troubled a great deal wltb bead' PEAJt fern:-Yonr Dr. Mone's Indian K >oJ
    at it, rubbed her -looked didn't start fer to me that got dern- the great army of the dead no appetite no strength and felt as mean Pills have efete a, moat remarkable cure.
    eyes with a have to be picked out it threw her into tel one could and be about my work. Since mother .uler from kidney difficulties:tnal.
    puzzled fa eat. the girl; andr" then exclaimed such a fit of trembling and coughingthat ed story about Monk and Horace distinguished themselves o'd a Sarsaparilla I bare not bad the head Dr. Morse's IndianS
    : "Why don't you give me the Greoley!" The ice was broken and we learn that most of them food bas relsbed. and seemed to do me a i.l commenced KiTintr her two pill lt.
    she burst a blood ,vessel and nowI 1 haro felt myself growing ctronjrcreT- before he had taken all of one box"he could "!
    rest of the moneyThat's ?" the alive. continued fast friends to the end of tho eyes: of blue or gray. It ," M. A. feTElXilAN. 1 Grand Avenue Root Pills. about the hinne. T-Mlay' !hel< ..rte"IJ well andviys
    suppose poor thing i barely that tho pigment is in that J orw'. Pnu saved her! .
    N. Y. tho
    all"that's due. said' the girl; Mrs. Gray's a very hard wc.-nan sometimes ride.Cr. Trbune S obscures tho object ; -----. --- --- .- Yours, etc.. .L.W.ilLGrSON.
    make room. ': but I don't Sarsaparilla t2r To sato Doctors' : -
    know as she would be I Don't when tho Us(' :-
    angry photographer visual nil
    : rBut I tell you that there were five I i she knew the circumstances-I hope : tells b you to smile. Grin I. mind organs, and that ail drucirHta. II 1; fix for fo. PrepnrM only Dr. :Morse's Indian ills>. W. H. COMSTOCK
    anj the .
    stiirts at twenty-fire cents apiece. .I not." I I' it greatest itOODkCOAptthecariesLwelt,ilass. The Host Family Pi in use. ,

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